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Degrees and Areas of Study


Mapping out your future career

Geospatial science incorporates fields such as geographic information systems, global positioning systems, remote sensing, surveying and cartography. Students who choose this fast-growing, high-paying field graduate with the hands-on experience, technical knowledge and problem-solving skills necessary for a rewarding career.

The Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture offers a geospatial science bachelor’s degree with three tracks, as well as a Master of Science in forestry with a concentration in geospatial science. Whatever track you choose to pursue, you’ll work with caring, dedicated faculty members who truly want you to succeed. You’ll have access to world-class technology and facilities, and you’ll participate in a variety of transformative learning experiences.

Degrees and areas of study offered

Students interested in geospatial science can choose the following tracks and degree programs:

Bachelor of Science in geospatial science

Master of Science in forestry

Major Academic Planners (Degree MAPs)

Undergraduate degree major academic planners serve as a guide for taking the right courses in the right order as you make your way toward filing your official degree plan. A Degree MAP is a semester-by-semester sequence of courses that suggests courses you should complete each semester to be “on track” to graduation. To find the suggested Degree MAP for your area of study, explore the list below.

These documents are provided as a resource. Always consult with your academic advisor to ensure you're on track.


Geospatial Science

Forestry Building
Room 103

Mailing Address:
PO Box 6109, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962