**AY 13 Remote Sensing Intelligence Curriculum at the Naval Postgraduate School**

**Prerequisites:** Linear Algebra, Basic Physics, Programming

| Physics of Space and Airborne Sensor Systems PH3052 | Geographic Information Systems IS4056 | Space Technology and Applications SS3011 | Probability and Statistics OS3180 (3910) |

| Computer Vision CS4330 | Spectral & Polarimetric Imaging IS4053 | Analysis Techniques for Active Imaging Systems (Radar) IS4055 | Thesis IS0810 |

| Military Applications of Space (NTM, TS/SI/TK) SS3001 | Imaging Spectrometry Theory, Analysis, and Applications IS4052 | Analysis Techniques for Laser Imaging Systems (LiDAR) IS4060 | Thesis IS0810 |

| Principles of Joint Operational Intelligence (TS/SI/TK) NS3159 | Remote Sensing III: Analysis Techniques for Passive Imaging Systems (OPIR, TS/SI/TK) IS4054 | Thesis IS0810 | Thesis IS0810 |

**Note: In addition to a scientific or technical degree, three skill sets need to be accomplished to enter the program.**

Mathematics: Linear Algebra. Any standard college course meets this requirement.

Basic Physics: Algebra or Calculus based introductory course that includes concepts of energy, (electromagnetic) waves, orbital mechanics.

Programming: A basic course in computer programming is required in a modern language, preferably MATLAB.