GIS/RS graduate level courses - 2016-2017

There are a number of courses available to graduate students across a range of subjects associated with geospatial science.  The list below only represents a partial catalog of the courses, but should give you an idea of the breadth of topics available.  Please note that this course listing is current as of September 2016 and is subject to change.

GEOG=Geography; CE=Civil Engineering; CS=Computer Science; FE=Forest Engineering; H=Public Health; OC=Oceanogaphy; SOIL=Soil Science; ST=Statistics

  • GEOG 551. Planning Principles and Practices for Resilient Communities (4)
  • GEOG 560. GIScience I: Introduction to Geographic Information Science (4)
  • GEOG 561. GIScience II: Analysis and Applications (4)
  • GEOG 562. GIScience III:  Programming for Geospatial Analysis (4)
  • GEOG 563. GIScience IV: Spatial Modeling (4)
  • GEOG 564. Geospatial Perspectives on Intelligence, Security, and Ethics (3)
  • GEOG 565. Spatio-Temporal Variation in Ecology and Earth Science (4)
  • GEOG 566. Advanced Spatial Statistics and GIScience (4)
  • GEOG 571. Geovisualization: Web Mapping (4)
  • GEOG 572. Geovisualization: Geovisual Analytics (3)
  • GEOG 580. Remote Sensing I: Principles and Applications (4)
  • GEOG 581. Remote Sensing II: Digital Image Processing (4)
  • CE 513. GIS in Water Resources (3)
  • CE 562. Digital Terrain Modeling (4)
  • CE 566. 3D Laser Scanning and Imaging (4)
  • CS 553. Scientific Visualization (4)
  • CS 554. Geometric Modeling in Computer Graphics (4)
  • FE 523. Unmanned Aircraft System Remote Sensing (3) 
  • H 547. GIS and Public Health (3)
  • H 592. Spatial Epidemiology (3)
  • OC 678. Ocean Remote Sensing (4)
  • SOIL 568. Soil Landscape Analysis (4)
  • ST 565. Time Series (3)
  • ST 567. Spatial Statistics (3)