Geographic information systems, global positioning systems, and remote sensing are key tools in the 21st century workforce. Using these tools, scientists, managers, and policy makers can represent many different data across a landscape to significantly enhance research, decision making, and management.
The Geospatial Information Science for Natural Resources minor provides students with fundamental geospatial skills in natural resource science and management.
This minor emphasizes use of these tools in natural resources and is perfect for students who want to gain technical skills and to increase their employment potential. Because geospatial tools are so important for many different disciplines due to their ability to adapt to nearly any application, the minor will touch on a broad array of natural resources subject areas.
Advising for the GIS Minor
Assistance and advice related to which courses to take in each individual semester as a part of your class schedule planning.
Students with majors in Warner College
For guidance on course selection please contact your major advisor in your department.
Advanced Course Advising and Professional Mentoring
For advice about careers involving GIS tools and professional advice as well as considerations on upper division coursework schedule a meeting with Elizabeth Tulanowski.