This concentration is designed for students interested in geographic information science and its application in resource management, land use planning, and land-change science.
All GEP concentrations share the same Foundation, Breadth & Professional Preparation Courses. To access a list of the required courses, click here.
Concentration (13 units minimum beyond breadth)
|Breadth not double-counted in concentration.||Units||GE|
|GEP 354 Watershed Hydrology and Management||4|
|GEP 380 Environmental Remote Sensing||4|
|GEP 385 Cartographic Visualization||3-4|
|GEP 388 Environmental GIS||3-4|
|GEP 389 Advanced GIS||3|
|GEP 390 Environmental Data Analysis||4|
|GEP 440 Field Methods||2|
Supporting Courses (11 unit minimum)
CS 115 required. Substitutions possible in consulation with advisor.
|ANTH 326 Topics in Archeology||4|
|BIOL 485 Biometry||4|
|CS 115 Programming I (Required)||4||B3|
|CS 210 Intro to UNIX||1|
|CS 215 Programming II||4|
|CS 355 Database Management||4|
|CS 370 Software Design & Dev.||4|
|CS 386 Selected Topics in CS with Lab||3|
|ES 314 Advanced Programming, Simulation and Modeling||4|
|ECON 317 Introduction to Econometrics||4|