|Course#||Course Name||Credit Hrs.|
|GEOL/FOR 521||Introduction to GIS and Surveying||4|
|GEOL 518||Advanced GIS||4|
|4GEOL 515||Remote Sensing||4|
|GEOL 593||Capstone Seminar||3|
Graduate students are not required to take the 100 level class (e.g., GEOL101 or FOR105 or POLS151 or ANTH102) as long as they have completed a similar course during their bachelor degree program. If a deficiency exists, the student is required to take an upper division class as a substitution as agreed upon with their faculty advisor and outlined in their program of study. Graduate students wishing to pursue the GIS Certificate Program are required to complete additional requirements within each required course as outlined in each course syllabus. Graduate students are required to take a three credit GEOL 493/593 Capstone independent research project.
This department is under the College of Arts and Sciences