Graduate Program

  • Graduate Degree Program
    Research opportunities include a wide variety of topics such as GIS/RS data development, natural resources assessment, forest inventory, forest biometrics, forest fire risk management and fuels mapping, urban and rural interface issues, flood modeling and damage assessment, environmental, weather, and water quantity and quality modeling.
  • Graduate Certificate Program
    GIS technologies are applied to wide-ranging fields with interests in spatially distributed information such as transportation, environmental/resource management, marketing, facility management, healthcare delivery, agriculture, and planning.

Undergraduate Program

  • B.S. in Spatial Sciences
    A degree in Spatial Sciences offers students the opportunity to obtain a career in a cutting-edge discipline at the intersection of environmental and spatial sciences. The spatial sciences combine multidisciplinary fields of scientific study with geospatial technologies including Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and Remote Sensing. A spatial sciences graduate will possess an advanced knowledge of these technologies, experience in interpretation of aerial photographs and processing of satellite images, as well as a broad understanding of computer applications and database management. Graduates are capable of working as environmental and natural resource managers and possess the necessary skills to map geographical features, patterns, and changes. Furthermore, these individuals will be able to lead and conduct modern environmental management activities. 


See a complete list of undergraduate and graduate courses offered in spatial sciences.

Continuing Education

Soil and Water Assessment Tool workshops are held a few times a year at the lab. See course information and dates on the SWAT website