Geoinformatics and Geospatial Analytics, B.S. (STLCC 2+SLU)
This program plan is part of the formal 2+SLU transfer agreement between St. Louis Community College and Saint Louis University.
Students in this program will satisfy the degree requirements published in the 2020-2021 academic catalog at St. Louis Community College and the 2021-2022 academic catalog at SLU. Students must complete all courses and transfer to SLU on or before the spring 2026 semester.
Students who plan to transfer to SLU after spring 2026 should contact a transfer admission counselor to explore options.
Students who have been following a program plan from a previous year's academic catalog can reference their older program plan version at https://catalog.slu.edu/previous-catalogs/.
For additional information see the catalog entry for:
- Students must complete all the courses outlined on the Program Plan unless an exception is approved by SLU.
- Students must complete an application for admission.
- Students may be subject to admission review under circumstances outlined in the Admission Policies.
- Students must present a 2.50 cumulative GPA at the time of transfer to SLU.
Program Plans provide a guided pathway for students to earn an associate's degree at their home institution and a bachelor's degree at Saint Louis University. Students may change the sequence in which they complete courses at their home institution. Students who complete a course that is not part of this Program Plan are encouraged to contact SLU to see if the course could be substituted.
St. Louis Community College Courses
|Transfer Course||Transfer Course Title||Transfer Course Credits||Equivalent SLU Course||Equivalent SLU Credits|
|COM 107||Public Speaking (MOTR COMM 110)||3||CMM 1200||3|
|ENG 101||College Composition I (MOTR ENGL 100)||3||ENGL 1500||3|
|HST 115 or HST 128||Ancient and Medieval History to 1500 (MOTR WCIV 101) or Western Civilization from 1500 to the Present (MOTR WCIV 102)||3||HIST 1110 or HIST 1120||3|
|MTH 210||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I||5||MATH 1510||5|
|Natural Science with lab (MOTR course) ^||4||Natural Science Requirement||4|
|ENG 102||College Composition II (MOTR ENGL 200)||3||ENGL 1900||3|
|MTH 220||Analytic Geometry and Calculus II||5||MATH 1520||5|
|Fine Arts Course (See list below) ** or Literature Course (See list below) *||3||Fine Art Requirement or Literature Requirement||3|
|Social & Behavioral Sciences (MOTR Course) (Choose any except COM 200, GEG 101, HST courses)||3||Social Science Requirement||3|
|Natural Science (lab optional)(MOTR course)(choose any)||3||General Elective||3|
|MTH 230 or MTH 215||Analytic Geometry and Calculus III or Linear Algebra||3-5||MATH 2530 or MATH 3110||3-5|
|PHL 104||Ethics (MOTR PHIL 102)||3||PHIL 2050||3|
|Social & Behavioral Sciences (MOTR Course) (Recommended: ANT 101, ANT 102, or PSC 201)||3||General Elective||3|
|Natural Science with lab ^||4||Natural Science Requirement||4|
|ESC 101||Scientific Computer Programming||3||CSCI 1060||3|
|MTH 212||Discrete Mathematics||3||MATH 1660||3|
|PHL 103||World Religions (MOTR RELG 100)||3||THEO 2710||3|
|Social & Behavioral Sciences - Civics Course (Choose any)||3||General Elective||3|
|St. Louis Community College Total Credits||60-62||60-62|
Choose from ENG 110, ENG 114, ENG 204, ENG 205, ENG 211, ENG 216, ENG 217, ENG 224, ENG 225, ENG 231, ENG 233
Choose from ART 100, ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 109, ART 113, ART 115, ART 165, MCM 130, MUS 103, MUS 113, MUS 114, MUS 128, MUS 131, MUS 132, MUS 134, MUS 135, MUS 212, THT 101, THT 108
Natural Science - lab required - must have 8 credit sequence in a single lab science (same department)
Note: Students must complete an AA at STLCC to be part of the official 2+SLU program. Students using this program plan as a general guide to transfer to SLU may have to complete additional courses at SLU.
Saint Louis University Courses
|CSCI 1300||Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming||4|
|Fine Arts Course or Literature Course||3|
|GIS 2010||Introduction to Location Science||3|
|CORE 1600||Ultimate Questions: Theology||3|
|Foreign Language I||3|
|CSCI 2100||Data Structures||4|
|GIS 2030||Spatial Analysis||3|
|GIS 2050||Introduction to Global Positioning Systems: Theory and Applications||3|
|STAT 3850||Foundation of Statistics||3|
|GIS 4010||Introduction to Geographic Information Systems||3|
|GIS 4030||Geospatial Data Management||3|
|GIS 4040||Introduction to Remote Sensing||3|
|GIS 4050||Digital Image Processing||3|
|GIS 4960||GIS Capstone||3|
|CORE 1700||Ultimate Questions: Philosophy||3|
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