EVRN 510. Advanced Environmental Applications in Geospatial Techniques. 3 Hours H/N.

This course focuses on applying advanced geospatial mapping and analysis techniques to "real-world" environmental issues. Course content may include lecture/lab time on advanced geospatial topics; a major class project, small-group projects, or individual projects; or half-semester internships with state agencies or campus entities that will culminate in an individual project. The specific nature of projects will be driven largely by student interest and ability, as well as agency/center needs. Prerequisite: EVRN 410 or equivalent course; or permission of the instructor. LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Environmental Studies


...ECON/EVRN 550 Environmental Economics EVRN 410 Environmental Applications of Geographic Information Systems EVRN 510...

Minor in Leadership Studies


...Community EVRN 320 Environmental Policy Analysis EVRN 332...381 Sport Ethics HUM 510 Science, Technology, and...

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering


...Thermal Systems 3 ME 510 Fluid Mechanics 3...ASTR, ATMO, BIOL, CHEM, EVRN, GEOG, GEOL, and...

Minor in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies


...War, 1945-75 HIST 510 Topics in Non...Elements of Mathematical Economics EVRN 320 Environmental Policy...