Aug 13, 2022  
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ENV 367 - Geographic Information Systems


4 Hour(s)
General Education N2

Geographic information systems (GIS) are a specialized computer program used widely at all levels of the scientific, business, government, and educational communities to examine data that are distributed on the Earth’s surface. Through lecture, students will learn the theory behind and the terminology associated with GIS and spatial data. Through lab, students will learn techniques to create, collect, manage, analyze, and present data to address environmental and other issues through hands-on use of the industry standard ESRI ArcGIS software. Students will also create and present their own GIS based research project.

(Required course fee)
SP
Prerequisite(s): ENV 105  or ENG 120 



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