Dec 16, 2019
The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Spatial Analysis is a blend of both education and preparation designed to produce graduates with skills that meet workforce needs in the Geospatial Science and Technology field with little or no further preparation by employers. The Environmental Spatial Analysis (ESA) degree is composed of a focused curriculum built around advanced Geographic Science and Technology and includes the opportunity for students to focus their learning experience through directed elective coursework in computing and information technology, earth systems, engineering, environmental science, environmental studies, geoscience, and other areas.
- Fulfill all UNG policies and graduation requirements.
- GISC 2011/L and ENST 2030 should be completed in the core curriculum or as electives.
- With approval, MATH 2400 or MATH 3350 may substitute for GISC 2337K. Course credit can only be counted once toward degree requirements.
- Certain courses of focus areas, minors, certificates may have prerequisites which should be completed as Core classes or as Electives. Please see an advisor.
- Grades of C or higher are required for all GISC and ENVE courses and all courses used in Areas F and G.
- With approval, ENGR 1101 Intro to Engineering and Design may substitute for ENVE 1103.
- With approval, ENGR 1770 Engineering Graphics and Design may substitute for ENVE 2771K.Course credit can only be counted once toward degree requirements.
- Students that have previously completed a bachelor’s degree or higher should meet with the Director of the Institute for Environmental Spatial Analysis (IESA) to discuss the academic requirements for completing the ESA degree program. Students with a B.S. degree or higher may apply courses taken at another institution but not offered by UNG. Some of these courses may be substituted for courses in one of the emphasis areas. These substitutions must be approved by the academic adviser and the IESA Director.
Core Curriculum Requirements - 42 hours
Refer to Core Curriculum (Areas A-E)
Area A1: No exceptions
Area A2: MATH 1111, MATH 1113, or MATH 1450
Area B: No exceptions
Area C: No exceptions
Area D: No exceptions
Area E: No exceptions
Note: Please see an adviser to optimize core curriculum selections and scheduling
Area F: Courses Appropriate to the Major - 18 hours
Required Courses - 28 hours
Directed Electives - Select at least 15 hours
Select additional 3000/4000 level classes from: ENST, ENVE, ENVS, GEOG, GEOL, GISC, SCTS Courses*
*Note some courses may have prerequisites which should be completed as Core Classes or Electives
*Note: A minimum 39 - 3000/4000 credit hours are required for graduation.
Free Electives - To Bring Total Credits to 120 Hours
Minor, Certificate, or Focus Area suggested
Note: A minimum 39 credit hours at the 3000/4000 level are required for graduation.