GEOG 391: Internship


Meteorology, Natural Environmental Systems, GIS, Urban Economic Systems


Consent of the Department

Course Description

  • A. Physical Geography
  • B. Environmental Management
  • C. Meteorology/Climatology
  • D. Regional Geography
  • E. Human Geography
  • G. Urban/Economic Geography
  • J. Methods and Techniques
  • K. Mapping/Geovisualization
  • M. Geomatics/Surveying

Work as an intern in an off-campus agency or firm. Students complete intern tasks as assigned, do readings and prepare a paper under the supervision of a faculty member. Each letter category may be repeated to a maximum of 6 semester hours. S/U grading.

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