Prerequisites: GEOG 206/L or permission of instructor. Corequisite: GEOG 408CL. This course exposes students to ideas and concepts in geospatial project management by covering concepts in system organization, design and analysis, as well as the interpersonal factors which influence professional interaction and that are specific and unique to projects in geospatial science and technology. Students will learn to think through issues of geospatial project scope, needs, work structure and timeline, budget, project stakeholder roles and responsibilities, quality control, risk, final plan documentation, and implementation. Available for graduate credit. 2 hours lecture, 3 hours lab.