Course Information

Fall Semester

  • 3 cr GEOG 2920 - GIS Programming with Python (workshop)
  • 3 cr GEOG 3550 - Principles of GIS (Syllabus) Schedule [Has been altered]
  • 2 cr GEOG 3555 - Principles of GIS Lab (Syllabus) Schedule [Has been altered]

Spring Semester

  • 2 cr GEOG 2900 - GPS Theory, Techniques and Methods
  • 3 cr GEOG 3110 - The Earth from Space: Introduction to Remote Sensing (odd years)
  • 1 cr GEOG 3115 - The Earth from Space: Introduction to Remote Sensing Lab (odd years)
  • 3 cr GEOG 4150 - Advance GIS Analysis Methods

Offered Every Semester

  • 2-8 cr GEOG 3990 - Undergraduate Research (Proposal Required)
  • 3 cr GEOG 4500 - GIS Research Project (GIS Certificate capstone)
  • 1-4 cr GEOG 4830 - Individual Study (Reading & Conference)
  • 2-8 cr GEOG 4890 - Student Internships in GIS
  • 1-3 cr GEOG 4920 - Workshops*

Workshops* (variable credit 1-3 hours, taught as needed/requested)

  • GEOG 4920-01 - GIS Programming with ArcObjects
  • GEOG 4920-02 - Applied Geo-Statistic
  • GEOG 4920-03 - Extending the ArcGIS Desktop
  • GEOG 4920-04 - Advance Studies in GIS, RS, and GPS
  • GEOG 4920-05 - Crime Analysis and Mapping
  • GEOG 4920-06 - US Public Lands Survey
  • GEOG 4920-07 - Boundary Law
  • GEOG 4920-08 - Legal Writing and Descriptions
  • GEOG 4920-09 - GIS Integration in County Government

Office Hours:
M-F 10-11am
Science Building Room 302b GIS/GPS Lab: SC 301 (865-8326)