Established in 2001, the Lewis F. Rogers Institute for Environmental and Spatial Analysis (IESA) on UNG’s Gainesville Campus promotes environmental education through the use of advanced technology, interdisciplinary instruction, collaborative learning, and community service. IESA teaches applied techniques that can be used in a multitude of disciplines.
Graduates from our degree and certificate programs have found employment at impressive rates and many go on to reputable graduate schools throughout the United States.
Our students follow a curriculum built around a solid core of geospatial science and technology and related courses. They are encouraged to focus their electives in areas of their interest, such as science, environmental studies, geospatial technology, engineering, and many more.
This interdisciplinary program allows students with a wide variety of interests to add a minor degree as well. In our program, students find the flexibility to follow their passions, while earning valuable, work-ready training in applied techniques.