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  • Undergraduate Program | California State University Stanislaus
    Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Geography Undergraduate Program Undergraduate Program Exploring the world the region the people and the environment Major Concentrations Geography majors specialize in at least one subfield of geography appropriately preparing them for their professional goals or graduate school For more information please contact a geography faculty member or refer to the university catalog Cultural Social Geography Physical Geography Environmental Studies Geospatial Technology Global Studies Development California Studies Professional Developement Geography majors are encouraged to bridge their academic preparation with future professional goals We provide several opportunities for our students to expand their horizons GEOG 4000 Current Trends a weekly symposium bring speakers to meet our students GEOG 4720 Local Field Excursions attend the California Geographical Society conference GEOG 4930 Planning Issues work with local planners GEOG 4940 Internship work with a local agency or company Study Abroad Capstone At the end of their undergraduate education our major complete one of three capstone courses These courses bring together their undergraduate experience One capstone course is offered annually GEOG 4700 Geographic Processes Landscapes WP GEOG 4710 Field Methods WP GEOG 4800 Survey of Geographic Thought Literature Learning Objectives When earning their bachelors our graduates Demonstrate understanding of the interrelationships and interactions between society and the environment Demonstrate general awareness of the theories and philosophies underlying geographical inquiry Demonstrate understanding of the natural and cultural processes that effect society and the environment in specific regions and locales Acquire awareness of the diversity of peoples places and environments within a specific region or around the world Demonstrate knowledge of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies that may be applied to help our communities monitor natural areas plan sensible urban developments and observe human trends Acquire skills in geographic

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  • Graduate Program | California State University Stanislaus
    Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Geography Graduate Program Graduate Program Geospatial Analysis of Human Environmental Change Geospatial Analysis of Human Environmental Change is an interdisciplinary academic program based in geography while also integrating expertise from related disciplines The program provides a strong foundation in geographic concepts and methods with in depth course work in geospatial technology and landscape analysis Particular strengths include ethnic and urban landscapes fluvial processes and landscapes and environmental and agricultural land cover change Minimum Prerequisites for Program Admission The first step is to apply for admission to the University The application form may be obtained from the Graduate School After gaining admission to the University the student applies for admission to the MA MS Interdisciplinary Studies degree program For more information see the program overview page Learn more about the major Documents How to Apply to the IS Geospatial Studies Program PDF IS Geospatial Studies Program Proposal Form PDF Printer friendly version Geography Undergraduate Program Graduate

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  • Centers & Resources | California State University Stanislaus
    Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Geography Centers Resources Centers Resources Field Experience Stanislaus State Geography hosts field experiences during summer spring break and some winter terms Earn college credit and fulfill a general education requirements while exploring our world Summer 2016 we will host GEOG 2250 Exploration Navigation of the Sierra Nevada Mountains GE Area E1 Open to Stan State students and the general public through UEE For more information please contact Dr McNally The Bio Ag Field Site serves as an outdoor laboratory and field site on the Stanislaus State campus for observation demonstration and experimentation relating to the permaculture approach to sustainable land use and environmental planning The Bio Ag Dome is home to Geography s Dry Soil Lab For more information please contact Dr Avwunudiogba The Stanislaus State GIS lab supports teaching research and community projects with geotechnologies including geographic information systems ArcGIS QGIS remote sensing ERDAS Imagine and statistical software R and global positioning systems Garmin For more information please contact Dr Hauselt Cartography Lab Archive The Geography Program maintains a collection of teaching maps with

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  • Program Goals | California State University Stanislaus
    University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Geography Program Goals Program Goals Foster understanding of human society the natural environment and the interdependence between the two Provide basic familiarity with complex concepts theories and research methods fundamental to geographic study Stimulate awareness of geographical perspectives through analysis of spatial patterns and processes that reflect and inform social environmental political economic and cultural practices Provide students opportunities to employ observational and analytical skills to the study of space place and environment on scales from the local to the global Stimulate awareness of critical human and environmental issues facing the world today including contemporary debates on globalization and global change Provide students with field experiences in a variety of natural and socio cultural environments Provide students with opportunities to develop an in depth understanding of other countries and people and an appreciation of the complexity and interrelationship of todayâ s global society Printer friendly version Geography Undergraduate Program Graduate Program Centers Resources

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  • Stanislaus State Geography Club | California State University Stanislaus
    Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Geography Stanislaus State Geography Club Stanislaus State Geography Club Title Name President Stephanie Lopez Vice President Narciso Cuevas Treasurer Claire Sarraille Secretary Jonathan Birdsong Student Event Coordinator Michelle Machado Historian Chris Rhodes Faculty Advisor

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  • Faculty & Staff | California State University Stanislaus
    Winter Intersession Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving Presidential Fund for Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences Geography Faculty Staff Faculty Staff Name Website Phone 209 Office Email Augustine Avwunudiogba 209 667 3221 C 216A AAvwunudiogba csustan edu Chuck Bowen 209 667 3128 C 203A CBowen csustan edu Richard Eigenheer 916 422 1571 C 121 dickgeography comcast net Catherine Garoupa White Stockton CGaroupawhite csustan edu Peggy Hauselt 209 667 3557 C 217 PHauselt csustan edu Jennifer Helzer 209 667 3010 C 215E JHelzer csustan edu Cece Hudelson C 121 CHudelson csustan edu Alison McNally 209 667 3726 C 218 AMcnally csustan edu Cameron Pallotta 209 667 3710 L 110B CPallotta csustan edu Susan Helm Lauber 209 667 3127 C 215 SHelm Lauber csustan edu Printer friendly version Geography Undergraduate Program Graduate Program Centers Resources Program Goals Geography Club Faculty Staff Contact Information Study Abroad California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock

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