Geospatial scientists make important contributions to both the prevention and remediation of environmental problems, from waste management to species conservation. This concentration is intended to give geospatial science students the knowledge and skills to be able to do so. Required 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. Required courses.