Geoinformatics Courses

The Geoinformatics concentration emphasizes the development of skills in cartography, remote sensing, and computer applications. Requirements are 15 hours of geospatial science and 12-14 semester hours to be selected from courses listed in art, mathematics, computer science, and English.

Geoinformatics Concentration Requirements:
(34-36 semester hours)

The Geoinformatics concentration emphasizes the development of skills in cartography, remote sensing, and computer applications. Requirements are 15 hours of geospatial science and 12-14 semester hours to be selected from courses listed in art, mathematics, computer science, and English.

Required Geospatial Science Courses 19
GEOS 315. Intermediate GIS Concepts. 4
GEOS 380. Spatial Analysis Techniques. 4
GEOS 410. Advanced GIS. 4
GEOS 425. Remote Sensing. 4
*GEOS 480. Seminar.
-or-
*GEOS 498. Independent Study. 3
*Must be in an area of applied GIS.

Required Courses Outside Geospatial Science 15-17
ENGL 306. Professional Writing. 3
ITEC 304. Database from the Manager’s Perspective 3
Three courses from among the following:
ART 280. Introduction to Graphic Design. 3
ENGL 406. Advanced Technical Writing. 3
ITEC 120. Principles of Computer Science I. 4
ITEC 122. Discrete Mathematics. 3
ITEC 220. Principles of Computer Science II. 4
MATH 137. College Algebra. 3
MATH 138. Precalculus Function Analysis. 3
MATH 151:152. Calculus and Analytic Geometry I and II. 3:3

B.S. Requirement 8
Eight additional hours of natural science courses.
Note: Internships are strongly recommended. Credit for internships may be gained through GEOS 499. Internships are taken pass/fail and cannot be used to fulfill requirements of the concentration.