Minor in Remote Sensing and GIS
This minor prepares students for current modern trends in geospatial technology, computerized
mapping, digital image processing and spatial analysis. It incorporates dynamic changes
in current advances in spatial sciences and technology and provides students in-depth
training in the use of GIS and remote sensing technology and application of geospatial
data processing methods to environmental problem solving.
The minor in remote sensing and GIS for both undergraduate and graduate students can be taken in conjunction with degree programs in Forestry, Environmental Science, Plant and Soil Science and other programs including Urban Planning and Engineering. Both undergraduate and graduate students must complete 18 credit hours.