Minor in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Students majoring in another subject who wish to minor in geographic information systems must complete the following courses:
|GIS A101||Introduction to Geographic Information Systems||3|
|GIS A201||Intermediate Geographic Information Systems||3|
|Complete 6-12 credits from the following:||6-12|
|Selected Advanced Topics in Geomatics|
|Spatial Data Structures|
|GIS and Remote Sensing for Natural Resources|
|Spatial Data Management|
|Complete any remaining credits from the following:||0-6|
|Introduction to Anthropology|
|Fundamentals of Archaeology|
|Analytical Techniques in Archaeology|
|Fundamentals of Oceanography|
|Fundamentals of Oceanography Laboratory|
|Environmental Science: Systems and Processes|
|Environmental Science: Systems and Processes Laboratory|
|Earth Systems: Elements of Physical Geography|
|Environmental Applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)|
|Geologic Field Methods|
|Justice Data Analysis|
|Social Science Statistics|
A total of 18 credits is required for the minor.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Students completing the Minor in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) will be able to:
- Supplement their major education with professional application of GIS.
- Create graphical presentations and maps using geospatial information.
- Analyze and manage geospatial data relative to your discipline or profession.