Geographic Information Systems prepares students to process, collect and manage geospatial data; to analyze and quantify spatial relationships; and to evaluate, design, and produce maps.
This concentration requires 36 Geography credits, 1 Math course and 1 Computer Science course.
- GEO 101 Earth Systems Science I
- GEO 102 Intro. to Human Geography OR GEO 103 - Geography of Economic Systems
- GEO 120 Maps: Earth From Above
- GEO 381 Cartography
- GEO 211 Univariate Statistics in Geography
- GEO 411 Multivariate Statistics in Geography
- GEO 481 Geographic Information Systems
- CSE 115 Intro to Computer Science I
TWO additional GIS/Cartography electives from the following:
- GEO 475 Landscape Modeling w/ GIS
- GEO 479 GIS & Environmental Modeling
- GEO 482 Locational Analysis
- GEO 483 Remote Sensing
- GEO 485 Cartography and Geo.Visualization
- GEO 488 GIS Design
- GEO 493 Dynamic Modeling
- or any upper level GIS course approved by DUG or Chair
Additional 300/400 level Geography eleccive courses to meet the requirement of 36 Total Geography credits.
One Math Course from the following:
- MTH 121 Survey of Calculus I
- MTH 141 College Calculus I