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Humboldt State University
Environmental Science B.S. with Concentration in Geospatial Science

Environmental Science with option in Geospatial Science. Geospatial science allows environmental scientists and resource managers to better understand and manage challenges related to socio-environmental issues such as food, energy, public health, and natural resources, including management and conservation of wildlife, fisheries, oceans, forests, rangelands and soils, and wildland recreation resources. It does this by identifying and portraying the geographic location and various characteristics of physical and human environments, creating data layers that allow the geospatial scientist to analyze and understand the spatial relationships among those many variables. Geospatial technologies and analysis are also used extensively in disciplines like Geography and Geology, and applications of geospatial science are even becoming common in some social science disciplines such as economics, anthropology and sociology.

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  CSU GE-Breadth/IGETC recommended for this major? Yes
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