Welcome to Geospatial Concepts Lab!
Geospatial Concepts is the gateway to the remainder of the Geospatial Sciences Curriculum at Humboldt State University. The course topics include the history and fundamental concepts common among all the geospatial sciences. The course also covers the introductory material and practices specific to each geospatial discipline that follows.
- For the 16-week lecture and lab courses, this amounts to 9 hours per week collectively.
The course content focuses on the academic, workplace, and industry sector competencies outlined in the U.S. Department of Labor Geospatial Technology Competency Model, including:
- Core Geospatial Abilities and Knowledge
- Working with Tools & Technology
- Planning and Organizing
- Creative Thinking
- Problem Solving
- Positioning & Data Acquisition
There are several instructors that teach the GSP 101 lab. Log in to the Canvas LMS via your MyHumboldt page to view your instructor’s contact information and office hours.
Navigating the Course Syllabus
This course syllabus provides students with detailed information about the course components and formats, such as grading methods, course policies, instructional videos, and the course calendar. While reading, students can navigate through pages in this using the numbered pagination links at the bottom, or by using the menu system located on the right.