The Bachelor of Science in Environmental Spatial Analysis (ESA) is designed to produce graduates with skills that meet the needs of employers in Geospatial Technology fields with little or no further training by employers. The ESA degree is composed of a focused curriculum built on a firm foundation in Geographical Information Science (GIS) and supported by courses in Remote Sensing and Information Technology. An ESA major can currently choose from four specially designed degree tracks based on their individual field of interest.
The B.S. degree in Environmental Spatial Analysis provides the student with courses that prepare them for work in the public and private sector as well as equip them for continuing education in a graduate program. Students may choose from four distinct educational Tracks that are designed to fit their unique interests: