The Department of Geology and Geography offers a range of courses to support general education requirements, the Geo-Environmental Studies major, and the Geology and Geography minors and concentrations. For the latest course offerings, visit BraveWeb and/or the following links from the UNCP Catalog.

The schedule for those courses taught on a regular basis are as follows:

Courses taught every semester:

  • GLY1150 - Earth Science
  • GLYL1150 - Earth Science Lab
  • GLY2460 - Weather and Climate
  • GGY1010 - Principles of Geography
  • GGY1020 - World Regional Geography

Courses taught every Fall semester:

  • GGY2000 - Cultural Geography
  • GGY2500 - Introduction to Cartography

Courses taught every Spring semester:

  • GLY1250 - Earth History
  • GLYL 1250 - Earth History Lab
  • GLY2620 - Environmental Geology
  • GGY2060 - Economic Geography
  • GLY4700 - Writing in the Geosciences

Courses taught in the Fall of odd-numbered years:

  • GLY3100 - Minerals and Rocks
  • GLY3110 - Minerals and Rocks Lab
  • GLY3250 - Paleontology

Courses taught in the Fall of even-numbered years:

  • GLY2260 - Oceanography

Courses taught in the Spring of odd-numbered years:

  • GGY2700 - Geographic Information Science

Courses taught in the Spring of even-numbered years:

  • GGY4040 - Remote Sensing 
  • GGY4100 - Landuse Planning, is currently offered on an every 3rd semester cycle (next offered Fall '25). 

Other courses are offered on an "as needed" basis. Contact the department to find out when the course you are interested in is planned to be taught again.