Geographic Information Systems, Certificate (174)
Amy T. Nemon, email@example.com, (270) 745-3082
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology is widely used in business, industry, government, and education. This certificate is designed for students in a variety of disciplines that involve the analysis, mapping, display, and interpretation of geospatial data and information. Students who complete the program will have a solid foundation that spans the collection, management, analysis, interpretation, and display of data using GIS. They will gain practical experience by completing projects that require the use of sophisticated GIS functions. Finally, they will learn how to develop and implement their own customized GIS functions.
The program is housed in the Department of Earth, Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences.
Program Requirements (20 hours)
|Select one of the following GEOL or GEOG courses:|
|GEOG 103||Our Dynamic Planet||3|
|or GEOL 103||Our Dynamic Planet|
|or GEOL 111||The Earth|
|or METR 121||Meteorology|
|GEOG 110||World Regional Geography||3|
or six credit hours of suitable courses from other majors approved by the Certificate advisor.
|Enroll in the following GISC courses:|
|GISC 316||Fundamentals of GIS||4|
|GISC 317||Geographic Information Systems||4|
|GISC 417||GIS Analysis & Modeling||3|
|GISC 419||GIS Programming||3|