The Bachelor of Science in Applied Environmental Spatial Analysis is a blend of both education and preparation designed to produce graduates with skills that meet workforce needs in the Geospatial Technology field with little or no further preparation by employers. The Applied Environmental Spatial Analysis (AESA) degree is composed of a focused curriculum built around advanced Geographic Information Science technology and includes the opportunity for students to customize their learning experience through coursework in environmental science, engineering, information technology, and environmental studies.
- Complete all UNG general institutional admissions requirements
- Declare a major in Applied Environmental and Spatial Analysis (AESA).
- Successful completion of all courses required in the degree program (minimum 120 semester credits).
- Successful completion of a minimum of 42 general education credits according to the distribution established by the university (Areas A-E) for its Associate of Science degree program.
- Successful completion of at least 39 credits of upper division coursework in the major (3000 and 4000 level courses with the BIOL, GISC, ESCI, ENGR, ENST, ITEC or other approved prefix).
- Grades of C or higher required for all major courses (BIOL, GISC, ESCI, ENGR, ENST, ITEC etc).
- Cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) required for graduation.
- Complete a minimum of 30 credit hours at UNG.
- Successful completion of the Georgia Legislative Constitution and History requirements.
- For student with previous geospatial coursework from other institutions etc., credit for GISC course work may be determined by placement testing.
- Meet all other university graduation policies.
- Successful completion of at least 39 credits of upper division coursework in the major (3000 and 4000 level courses with the GISC, ESCI, ENGR, ENST, ITEC or other approved prefix)
- Grades of ‘C’ or higher required for all upper division courses (BIOL, GISC, ESCI, ENGR, ENST, ITEC, etc…)