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This course focuses on using a modern Geographic Information System (GIS) for organizing and presenting spatial data. Students will learn to work with spatially-related data such as those dealing with natural hazards investigation, environmental resource management, agriculture, urban planning, infrastructure, site assessment or land-use planning. In addition to being useful for applying GIS concepts in a variety of disciplines, the course will prepare students for further study in spatial analysis at the university level.
2 hours lecture 3 hours labratory
Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit