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Interdisciplinary Introduction to GIS

Division: Natural Science and Math

Department: Geology

Course: GEO 1800

Title: Interdisciplinary Introduction to GIS

Description: This course is an interdisciplinary introduction for Geographical Information Systems (GIS). It covers general GIS applications and teaches fundamentals in the use of the current-version of ArcGIS by ESRI which is the widest used software in the field. The class includes hands-on experience with the software that will aid students planning careers in engineering, drafting, geology, geography, natural resources, law enforcement, many business fields, surveying, journalism, and many other areas. GPS will also be taught for producing input for GIS if time permits.


Courses Taught Fall 2021

SectionScheduleInstructor
1800-107Taught OnlineThalman, Ryan M.
1800-905Taught OnlineThalman, Ryan M.

Courses Taught Spring 2022

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