Undergraduate Course Descriptions

01:450:321 Geographic Information Systems

Credits: 3

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a rapidly growing field that is increasingly popular for a widerange of spatial analyses. Some of the uses for GIS include environmental modeling, urban and landuse planning, facilities management, social and demographic change analyses, economic development, site suitability analyses,marketing, and community development and enrichment initiatives.

Sample Syllabus

Geographic Information Systems (01: 450: 321, Fall 2018 )

Geographic Information Systems (section 01)
Index Number: 00216
Credits: 3.00
Professor: ST MARTIN
Schedule:
  • [R] Thu 1:40PM-3:00PM LSH-B266 (LIV)
  • [L] Tue 1:40PM-3:00PM LSH-B267 (LIV)
Geographic Information Systems (section 02)
Index Number: 06995
Credits: 3.00
Professor: ST MARTIN
Schedule:
  • [R] Tue 3:20PM-4:40PM LSH-B266 (LIV)
  • [L] Tue 1:40PM-3:00PM LSH-B267 (LIV)

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