Qualifying and Required Courses for the GISD
Courses for the GISD must be selected from the approved courses list:
GISD Elective Course offerings Spring 2020:
|ANTHROP||8892.09||Biocultural Medical Anthropology||In-person, Wed/Friday 11:10am-12:30pm, Instructor: Piperata|
|ECON||8853||ECON8853||Labor Economics III||In-person, Tue/Thurs 12:45pm-2:05pm, Instructor: Brown|
|GEOG||5210||GEOG5210||Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems||In-person, Mon 4:10pm-5:05pm or Wed. 4:10pm-5:05pm, multiple sections online|
|GEOG||7102||GEOG7102||Fieldwork in Human Geography||In-person, Mon 5pm-8pm, Instructor: McSweeney|
|GEOG||8102||GEOG8102||Advanced Spatial Data Analysis||In-person, Fri 10am-12:45pm, Instructor: Liu|
|GEOG||8200||GEOG8200||Frontiers in Geographic Information Science||In-person, Mon 4pm-7pm, Instructor: Le|
|HISTORY||7750||HISTORY7750||Comparative Historiographies and Theories in Race, Ethnicity, and Nation||In-person, Thurs 2:15pm-5pm, Instructor: Dragostinova|
|GEOG||5103||GEOG5103||Intermediate Spatial Data Analysis||In-person, Mon/Wed 11:10am-12:30pm, Instructor: Root|
The GISD requires at least 10 but no more than 20 hours of graduate-level coursework, including 2 required courses: A proseminar (SOC/PUBHLTH 8802) and Introduction to Demographic Analysis (SOC 7753).
Your course list for the GISD must be approved by your advisor and the a GISD coordinator. You must complete the GIS advising sheets and send it to GISD coordinartor, Corinne Rubright, email@example.com, prior to submitting your on-line application via Gradforms.