Colorado State University provides a unique setting for geospatial instruction. Geospatial courses are offered throughout the university curriculum, supporting the specific disciplines in which they are offered.
Course topics span from introductory to advanced level and include traditional GIS, Remote Sensing, GPS, Programming, Spatial Statistics, and Cartography.
Undergraduate introductory courses in geospatial science include:
- GR 220 | Mapping, Cartography, and Spatial Thinking
- NR 319 | Geospatial Applications in Natural Resources
- NR 322 | Introduction to GIS
- NR/GR 323 | Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation
- GR 420 | Spatial Analysis with GIS
Graduate level geospatial courses include:
- NR/GR 503 | Remote Sensing and Image Analysis
- NR 505 | Concepts in GIS
- ERHS 538 | GIS and Health
- CIVE 577 | GIS in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Major or Minor in Geography
The College for Liberal Arts offers a Geography major and minor through the Department of Anthropology and Geography.
Minor in Geographical Information Science and Geographic Analysis
The College of Liberal Arts offers a Minor in GIS and Geographic Analysis.
Minor in Geospatial Information Science in Natural Resources
The Warner College of Natural Resources offers a 21-credit minor in Geospatial Information Science in Natural Resources.
CSU Faculty with Geospatial Expertise
CSU has numerous faculty across campus leading geospatially-based research and teaching courses in the the geospatial sciences.