Provides conceptual overview of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Coursework based on the mapping and spatial analysis capabilities of desktop GIS software. Students are introduced to the tools and techniques of GIS, including data management and manipulation, analysis, cartographic presentation, and basic GIS programming fundamentals. Applications can be applied to various disciplines, including geography, geology, biology, marketing, business, and planning). Also listed as GIS 110. Credit given in either area, not both.
|First Week of Class Begins:||Monday, 8/22/2011|
|First Class Meeting on:||Tuesday, 8/23/2011|
|Add without Instructor Permission by:||Monday, 8/22/2011|
|Last Day to Add with APC:||Monday, 9/5/2011|
|Drop with Refund by:||Sunday, 9/4/2011|
|Drop without 'W' Grade by:||Friday, 9/23/2011|
|Drop with 'W' Grade by:||Thursday, 11/3/2011|
|Last Week of Class Ends:||Sunday, 12/18/2011|
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