Geography & Planning
This six course minor program in Business Geographic Information Systems (GIS) builds a sequence of statistical and computer courses, and provides students with the spatial analysis skills applied to business-oriented data and questions. It is designed for students in business programs (management, marketing, economics, and accounting) but may be taken by others. Course work focuses on developing expertise with GIS.
Advising sheets are available online. Paper copies can be found in Ruby Jones Hall, from either the department secretary in room 103, or on the bookcase across from room 104. Advising sheets are subject to change; majors should check with their advisor before registering for classes.
Required Courses: (3 courses, 9 credit hours)
GEO 326 Geographical Analysis, OR
MAT 121 Statistics I
Elective Courses: (3 courses, 9 credit hours) Select in consultation with Minor Advisor, usually recommended from the following courses.