Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Courses
GIS 130 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (2-2) 3 hrs.
An introductory level geospatial technology course designed to introduce students to the concepts and theories of geographic information systems (GIS) and the practice of geospatial analysis. This course consists of a lecture component and a laboratory component. Students will learn to apply GIS concepts through hands-on exercises designed to explore and analyze spatial data. Students will use leading geospatial software used by numerous professions including natural resources conservation and sustainability, business management, criminal justice, and community planning. (also listed as CON 130). F View Course Syllabus
GIS 227 Applications of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) (.5-1) 1 hr.
This class will provide students with an introduction to basic theoretical concepts and practical hands-on use of global positioning systems (GPS) with strong emphasis in relation to natural resources management and data collection. (Also listed as CON 227) B View Course Syllabus
Key to Course Offering Times
|B||Both or either Spring and Fall semester|
|JP||Jan Plan/Winter Session|