The Master of Science in Geographic Information Science (GIS) program is designed for professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge of analysis, management, and communication of geographic information. It combines the development of strong technical skills and in-depth understanding of geographic information science and theory. Our students enjoy constant interaction with an international group of colleagues in an intensive learning environment, ensuring a global context of relevance to students from around the world.
Environmental Studies is a field that crosses the boundaries of traditional disciplines, challenging faculty and students to look at the relationship between humans and their environments from a variety of perspectives. The Environmental Studies Major draws from curricula in the earth and natural sciences as well as the social sciences.
UoR Geospatial Initiative
LEarNing Spatially (LENS) is a campus-wide initiative promoting spatial literacy as a foundational component of a liberal arts curriculum. This initiative is one outcome of Redlands’ institutional dedication to spatial thinking in programs, research and curriculum. LENS harnesses the integrative power of geography with technologies to help faculty and students visualize knowledge, solve problems, and understand relationships through a spatial lens.