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2012-2013 Gainesville State College Catalog 
2012-2013 Gainesville State College Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Applied Environmental Spatial Analysis (AESA) Information Technology Concentration (B.S.)

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The Bachelor of Science in Applied Environmental Spatial Analysis is a blend of both education and training designed to produce graduates with skills that meet the needs of employers in the Geospatial Technology field with little or no further training by employers. The Applied Environmental Spatial Analysis (AESA) degree is composed of a focused curriculum built on a firm foundation in science. The educational base for this degree is made up of four components seamlessly integrated with a core of GIS.  The components of Geographic Information Science, Remote Sensing (RS), and Information Technology (IT) combine to make up the field of Geospatial Technology. The fourth component is environmental science with a focus on water resources.

Entrance Requirements

  1. Complete all GSC general institutional admissions requirements.
  2. Declare a major in Applied Environmental Spatial Analysis.  Students who have accumulated 60 credit hours or more must complete all required 1000-and 2000-level science and mathematics courses prior to declaring the AESA major.

Semester Core Curriculum (Areas A-C & E)

Refer to Core Curriculum

MATH 1113 - Precalculus (AREA A)

CSCI 1502 - Introduction to Computer Technology (suggested in AREA B)

AESA Major Curriculum

Free Electives (8 hrs)

Courses previously chosen to meet other requirements may not be used to meet elective requirements.  Please see an advisor for recommendations.

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