GIS, GPS, Remote Sensing
The Geographic Techniques minor is a transdisciplinary applied minor offering expertise in geographic information systems (GIS), satellite and aerial remote sensing, computerized image processing and manipulation of large data sets. It allows for the analysis of complex geographic relationships, essential to understanding underlying social, political, and/or environmental processes.
PROGRAM OFFERINGS AT GRAND VALLEY
Students will complete a minimum of 25 credit hours and gain an enviable - and marketable - set of "smart" tools. This minor is skills-oriented and compliments a wide variety of majors.
Choose one elective:
See catalog for the complete list of electives.
Our alumni have found rewarding careers such as:
Read about our successful alums at www.gvsu.edu/geography/alumni-success-stories-34.htm/.
WHY STUDY GEOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES AT GRAND VALLEY?
For more information visit the GVSU Course Catalog.