GeoSpatial Analysis Minor

Minor Requirements:

  • Complete 20 credits from the courses listed below, with a grade of C- or better
  • No more than 8 credits used to satisfy major requirements may be used for the minor
  • Pass/fail courses cannot be used for the minor

Basic Statistics (choose 1 course)

  1. Biol 528
  2. Psyc 402
  3. Soc 502
  4. Other basic statistics course as approved by minor advisor

Introductory/Field/or Overview Course (choose 1 course)

  1. NR 458 The Science of Where
  2. CIE 505 Surveying and Mapping
  3. NR 415 Natural Resources Field Methods (2 credits)
  4. NR 603 Landscape Ecology
  5. GEOG 650 Field Methods in Geography
  6. NR/GEOG 757 Remote Sensing of the Environment
  7. ANTH 674 Archaeological Survey and Mapping in Belize

A GIS course (choose 1 course)

  1. NR/GEOG 658 Introduction to GIS
  2. NR/GEOG 760 GIS in Natural Resources
  3. CEE 796 (Special Topics) GIS in Water Resources
  4. FORT 581 Applied GIS Techniques

A Remote Sensing Course (choose 1 course)

  1. NR/GEOG 757 Remote Sensing of the Environment
  2. NR/GEOG 759 Digital Image Processing

An Advanced Analysis Course (choose 1 course)

  1. NR 707 Environmental Modeling
  2. NR 713 Quantitative Ecology
  3. NR 740 Inventory and Modeling of Ecological Communities
  4. NR 749 Forest Inventory and Modeling
  5. NR 782 Forest Health in a Changing World
  6. EREC 760 Ecological-Economic Modeling for Decision Making

Questions? Contact:

Russell G. Congalton, Ph.D.

Program Coordinator for Environmental Conservation & Sustainability, Professor
James Hall, Room 164
Durham, NH 03824
Phone: 
603-862-4644

Wendy F. Rose

Academic Department Program Manager
James Hall 114B
Durham, NH 03824
Phone: 
(603) 862-3933