M.S. Applied Geographic Information Science (Nonthesis Plan)

This academic plan is designed for students who want to pursue a career in understanding and managing land and environmental spatial data systems, including geographic information systems (GIS), and remote sensing applications. This nonthesis plan requires a professional applied paper that is overseen by your practicum committee. Generally, this plan is not intended for practicing GIS or remote sensing professionals.


To complete this 36-unit plan, you take:

GGR 531, GGR 533, GGR 535 or 536, and GGR 537 or 538

(You may substitute courses depending on your prior professional work and with major advisor approval.)

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