Courses

The following courses are taught as part of the Department of Natural Resources Management undergraduate and graduate curriculum. Courses are taught in the Agricultural Sciences Bldg. Room 117 at the Geospatial Technologies Laboratory.

NRM 4315, Spatial Analysis in Natural Resource Management (Spring, Summer)

The objective of this course is to provide the student an introductory knowledge of the principles of Geographic Information Systems and its tools for Spatial Analysis. Applications for natural resource inventory, planning, and management will be emphasized.

NRM 6001, Selected Topics in Range Science: Advanced Remote Sensing (Summer/Fall; every other year)

The objective of this course is to provide graduate students with knowledge about state-of-the-art applied scientific research using  optical and radar remote sensing on natural resources. This course is a series of round table discussions about specific research and review papers relevant to the field of natural resources management.

NRM 6303, Imagery Interpretation for Natural Resource Management (Fall)

The objective of this course is to provide the student an introductory knowledge of the principles of optical and radar remote sensing, image acquisition, visualization and analysis. Applications for natural resource inventory, planning, and management will be emphasized.

NRM 6305, Geospatial Technologies in Natural Resource Management (Spring, Summer)

The objective of this course is to provide graduate students an introductory knowledge of the principles of Geographic Information Systems and its tools for Spatial Analysis. Applications for natural resource inventory, planning, and management will be emphasized.

NRM5404 Aerial Terrain Analysis (Summer)

The objective of this course is to provide the student an introductory knowledge of the principles of optical remote sensing, image acquisition, land cover mapping, accuracy assessment and change detection. 

Directed studies offered throughout the year:

NRM 4000, Internship 

NRM 4001, Undergraduate Research

NRM 7000, Research