Geospatial Science & Technology is an interdisciplinary program between Geography, Environment & Spatial Analysis; Forestry, Fire & Rangeland Management; and the Environmental Science & Management departments.
Geospatial Science & Technology is critical to solving some of the world's greatest challenges, as well as local problems like sea-level rise, emergency preparedness, and providing health services. The size and complexity of the data involved are second only to genetics data. The data and methods involved require experts that are trained in geospatial skills and how to apply these skills to other disciplines.
We have one of the largest suites of geospatial courses in the CSU and the only Bachelor of Science degree program in Geospatial Science in the CSU.