Geographic Information Systems

Geo 325v



This course explores the technical and theoretical issues in the design, implementation, and use of geographic information systems (GIS) for a variety of practical applications and research topics. Students will learn the structure of a GIS, how spatial analysis is performed using GIS and the many applications of GIS in diverse professional and academic fields. A lab component is included to familiarize students with using GIS software in the analysis and display of geographic information, and applying this analysis to a variety of real-world scenarios.

Offered: At least one section of Geographic Information Systems is offered once a year, mostly during the spring semester. See the Schedule of Courses for course availability.

Course Description: via Registrar

Course Authors(s): Kirk Goldsberry, Ph.D.; Adrienne Goldsberry, M.A., AICP; Grant Gunn, Ph.D.

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