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Computational Geospatial Science, Minor

Saint Louis University’s minor in computational geospatial science teaches you the theories and skills needed to clean, map and draw inference from data that can be mapped. The minor can help prepare you for a career in government, academia or the private sector.

One of the United States' fastest-growing industries, computational geospatial science incorporates data and mapping to examine real-world problems and find solutions.

Required Courses
SOC 4650Introduction to GIS3
SOC 4660Intermediate Geographic Information Systems3
SOC 4670Spatial Demography: Applied Statistics for Spatial Data3
Elective Courses
Select two of the following:6
SOC 4640
Demography: Measuring and Modeling Population Process
SOC 4680
Forensic GIS
SOC 4700
Applied Spatial Analysis for Social Sciences
Total Credits15

Continuation Standards

Students with a minor in computational geospatial science must maintain a 2.00 GPA in courses for the computational geospatial science minor.