The minor in geographic information systems prepares students for current modern trends in geospatial technology, computerized mapping, digital image processing, and spatial analysis. The GIS minor requires one course in computer science (COMPUTER 1130), four courses in GIS and remote sensing, and six hours of upper division coursework in selected classes, either in geosciences, computer science or business.
The GIS minor incorporates dynamic changes in current advances in spatial sciences and technology. The students who complete a GIS minor significantly enhance their employment opportunities, especially in environmental consultation agencies, mapping technology industries, and surveying. The GIS minor pertains to any natural resource field, such as geology and biology, as well as social studies and business. A GIS minor combined with a computer science major is currently one of the most employable fields in geospatial analysis.
|Required Core Courses||18|
|GEOGRPHY 3230||Introduction to Geographic Information Systems||3|
|GEOGRPHY 4330||Advanced Geographic Information System||3|
|GEOGRPHY 3520||Remote Sensing of the Environment||3|
|GEOGRPHY 3040||Python for GIS||3|
|COMPUTER 1130||Introduction to Programming||3|
|Select 6 credits of the following:||6|
|GEOGRPHY 3950||Guided Research||1-3|
|GEOGRPHY 3720||Advanced Remote Sensing||3|
|Cooperative Field Experience|