Concentration in: Economic Geography

(http://courses.washington.edu/econgeog/combined.html)

200 Level:

Geog 207: Introduction to Economic Geography

Fall Quarter

Winter Quarter

Spring Quarter

William Beyers

faculty.washington.edu/beyers/geography207.html

Gunter Krumme

faculty.washington.edu/krumme/207/index.html

J.W. Harrington

http://faculty.washington.edu/jwh/207front.htm

For students majoring in Geography with a contration in Economic Geography, these outside courses are required:

  • Econ 200, Intro To Microeconomics (5)
  • Econ 201, Intro to Macroeconomics (5)
  • Other Geography classes include: Geog. 230.



    300 Level: At the 300 level, we encourage students strongly to take:
  • Econ 300, Intermediate Microeconomics (5)
  • Econ 301, Intermediate Macroeconomics (5)

  • and a selection of the following economic geography classes. This selection should be based as much as possible on students' interests and plans for senior-level courses:
    • Geography 302 Pacific Northwest
    • Geography 349 International Trade
    • Geography 350 Urban, Regional and Market Area Analyses
    • Geography 366 Regional Development
    • Geography 367 Business Geographics
    • Geog 326 and 360 which required for all majors and particularly important for economic geographers.
    Other Geography classes include: Geog. 300, 336, 370, and 371.

    Other outside classes could include (examples only):

  • I Bus 300, The International Environment of Business (5)
  • I Bus 330, Business Environments in Developing Nations (4)
  • Mktg 301, Marketing Concepts (4)
  • Mktg 335, Principles of Selling (4)
  • Mktg 370, Retailing (4)
  • SIS 332, Political Economy of International Trade (5)


  • 400 Level: The Core Courses in Economic Geography at the 400-level:

    Fall Quarter

    Winter Quarter

    Spring Quarter

    Gunter Krumme

    Geography 450

    Location and the
    Organization of Space

    J.W.Harrington

    Geography 466

    Regional Development
    + Technological Change

    William Beyers

    Geography 440

    Regional Economic
    Analysis

    Geography 498: Undergraduate Seminar in Economic Geography (Winter)

    Other Geography classes include: 426, 430, 433, 435, 443, 447, 448, 449, and 478

    Useful outside courses include:

    • Mktg 450, Consumer Behavior (4)
    • Mktg 460, Marketing Research (4)
    • URBDP 456, Real Estate Investment Seminar, (3)
    • Econ 407, The Development of Economic Thought (5)
    • Econ 421, Money, Credit and the Economy (5)
    • Econ 444, Topics Labor Market Analysis (5)
    • Econ 471, International Trade (5)