GEOG-G 250 Computing in the Geospatial Sciences (3 cr.) A first course in scientific computing that emphasizes practical applications in the geospatial and environmental sciences. Requires high-level programming using MATLAB for visualization, data analysis, and modeling. Teaches problem solving through analysis and interpretation of a wide range of environmental and geographic data.
Teacher Requirements: A Master’s Degree in a closely-related area; some teaching experience would be desirable. Alternatively, a recent graduate or PhD interested in getting some teaching experience, this would be a great opportunity to develop their own course.
Schedule: IU Kokomo will offer Computing in the Geospatial Sciences for the first time this coming Spring semester. It is tentatively scheduled on Mo & We 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm, but we can be flexible with the time since it is not in the schedule yet.