Get involved with Geographic Information Science research both “on” and “with” spatial technologies that include geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and the global positioning system (GPS). At the core of Geographic Information Science is the integration of these technologies and their application to problems of spatial analysis.
You must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours as follows:
Three of the following courses (9 credits):
Two required courses (7 credits):
An independent research project or a thesis (3-6 credits):
You have the option of writing a thesis (G850) or two research papers (G845). Up to 6 credit hours are allowed for a thesis and up to 3 credit hours are given for each research paper.
Contact Owen J. Dwyer, III, Director of Graduate Studies