This program offers the knowledge and ability to use modern analysis tools to display information relative to features on the ground, below ground or above ground. Small, economical computer systems now have the speed and software to empower a trained user to manage, present and analyze geographic information.
|GIS||101||Intro. to GIS||3|
|GIS||210||Global Positioning Systems & Digital Imagery||3|
|Fall Semester Total||9|
|GIS||110||Geographic Database Technology||3|
|GIS||220||GIS Network & Demographic Applications||3|
|GIS||230||GIS Project Management||3|
|Spring Semester Total||9|
|GIS||290||Directed Research Project||4|
Students pursuing this option will be advised by the Social Science, Business & Education Division.