GeoSpatial Analysis Minor

The geospatial analysis minor is designed for students who wish to have more learning and experience using the tools of geospatial analysis such as statistics, aerial photography, satellite imagery, and geographic information systems (GIS) as they relate to their chosen field of study. Students interested in completing the geospatial analysis minor must complete a total of 20 credits. A grade of C- or better is required in each minor course and no course can be taken pass/fail. A total of not more than 8 credits from the student's major requirements can be counted toward the minor.

Basic Statistics
Select one of the following:4
Applied Biostatistics I
Statistics in Psychology
Other basic statistics course as approved by minor advisor
Introductory/Field/or Overview
Select one of the following:4
The Science of Where
Landscape Ecology
Surveying and Mapping
Natural Resources Field Methods
Field Methods in Geography
Remote Sensing of the Environment
Archaeological Survey and Mapping in Belize
Select one of the following:4
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Geographic Information Systems in Natural Resources
Special Topics (GIS in Water Resources)
Applied Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Techniques
Remote Sensing
Select one of the following:4
Remote Sensing of the Environment
Digital Image Processing for Natural Resources
Advanced Analysis
Select one of the following:4
Quantitative Ecology
Forest Health in a Changing World
Inventory and Montoring of Ecological Communities
Forest Inventory and Modeling
Environmental Modeling
Ecological-Economic Modeling for Decision Making
Total Credits20

Students with questions about the minor or who would like more information should contact Dr. Russell G. Congalton in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, (603) 862-4644,