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Geographic Information Science concerns the use of geographic information and data acquired from satellites and airborne platforms, and from ground-based measurements and surveys of human activity and the environment. Geographic Information Science students learn how to work with geospatial data to study relationships, patterns, and trends. In the U.S. the explosion of geospatial data and their increasing use in business, government, and people’s everyday lives has led to a growing demand for qualified Geographic Information Science graduates. Geospatial science is developing rapidly, associated with developments in mobile, satellite and airborne remote sensing, computational, and big data technologies.
- Agricultural Science (B.S.)
- Agricultural Systems Technology (B.S.)
- Aviation (B.S.) - Aviation Education Specialization
- Community & Public Health (B.S.)
- Conservation Planning & Park Management (B.S.)
- Conservation Planning & Park Management (B.S.) - Park Administration & Management Specialization
- Data Science (B.S.)
- Ecology & Environmental Science (B.S.)
- Ecology & Environmental Science (B.S.) - Rangeland Ecology & Management Specialization
- Geography (B.A./B.S.)
- Mathematics (B.S.)
- Natural Resource Law Enforcement (B.S.)
- Precision Agriculture (B.S.)
- Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences (B.S.)
Still deciding? Reflecting on your values, interests, personality traits, and skills will provide valuable insight as you explore major and career choices. FOCUS 2 CAREER, a self-guided assessment, education and career planning program, will help you do just that. SDSU students may access FOCUS 2 CAREER by using the code: jacks. After completing FOCUS 2 CAREER, you may find it helpful to discuss your results with a career coach in the Office of Career Development.