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Minors Snapshot - Environmental Information Systems

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The minor is a part of Cross Disciplinary Programs.

The cross disciplinary minor in environmental information systems is designed for undergraduates interested in using computer and information management technology to solve environmental problems and improve environmental stewardship. Some examples of environmental information systems are database systems to track and report hazardous materials in factories, decision support systems to facilitate risk analysis and management, GIS-based natural resource inventory systems, and automated business management systems to support and document environmental compliance.

The environmental information systems minor requires a minimum of 24 credit hours. Core courses are intended to ensure knowledge of the foundation disciplines. Electives should be chosen in consideration of the student's particular interests within the general field of environmental information systems. At least one elective course must be outside of the student's major. Students are advised to check prerequisites of listed courses.

Offering Academic Unit: The Office of Cross Disciplinary Studies and Diversity Engagement

Academic Unit Website: http://www.jmu.edu/environment/infosystems.shtml

Undergraduate Catalog Website: http://www.jmu.edu/catalog/14/minors/environmental-information-systems.shtml