ENTS 120 Introduction to Geospatial Analysis (T. Nega)

ARCN 246 Archaeological Methods (A. Knodell)
This course involves in-field GPS mapping, including ​high accuracy Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)​ handheld computers and post processing software. S​ources of positioning error and methods to correct the errors are introduced in this course, as well as GIS methods for the spatial representation and analysis of archaeological data from surveys and excavation.​ 

ENTS 254 Topics in Landscape Ecology (T. Nega)

ECON 395 Advanced Topics in the Economics of Housing (A. Swoboda)

HIST 100 Mapping the World (V. Morse)

HIST 210 The Boston Massacre in 3D (A. Mason)

IDSC 100 Introduction to Data Visualization (A. Swoboda)

IDSC 130 Hacking the Humanities (A. Mason)

MATH 280  Statistical Consulting (L. Chihara)
When a consulting problem has a spatial component, students will have the opportunity to learn and apply spatial analysis methods.

POSC 268 International Environmental Politics and Policy (T. Myint)

Comprehensive Projects

L. Chihara (Math and Statistics)

A. Knodell (Archaeology)

A. Mason (History)

T. Nega (Environmental Studies)

M. Savina (Geology and Archaeology)

A. Swoboda (Enviromental Studies and Economics)


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