ENV 285 Geographic Information Systems

Introduces the concepts and theories behind Geographic Information Systems (GIS) with emphasis on the nature of spatial data and geographic information, geographic data input, manipulation, and storage, simple spatial analysis and modeling techniques, and cartographic layout. Utilizes GIS to visualize, analyze, and interpret spatial data to solve problems.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in BIO 115 or ENV 150 or ENV 165 or PHYS 115

Offered

Fall, even years

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