New Graduate-Level GIS Course Approved
In Winter 2011, the Department of Geography developed a new graduate-level course in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). GEO441: GIS for Community Development. The course is designed for graduate students throughout the DePaul community. For more information on availability, credit, etc., click here.
New B.A. Concentration in Nature-Society Studies Approved
The Department of Geography is happy to announce the development and approval of the new B.A. concentration in Nature-Society Studies (NSS). This is the major's fourth concentration area, joining the Standard, Urban Development & Planning (formerly Metropolitan Development & Land Use), and Geotechnology concentrations. We expect the NSS concentration to be available by 2011. The NSS concentration reflects Geography's rich tradition in the Human-Environment studies and theory, and is organized around the growing number of human-environment - related courses offered by our Geography faculty.