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Applied Spatial Analysis and GIS Application

GISC301

Description

This course covers GIS for investigating geographic patterns, relationships and connections. Spatial analysis methods are used for both raster and vector data. This course emphasizes problem-solving and decision making through GIS. Students will explore the use of advanced ArcGIS Extensions through environmental spatial analysis and modeling of complex terrains, hydrological watersheds, detecting patterns and gaining statistical insights on environmental issues. This course teaches students how to use models and scripts for automating GIS processes also introduced and applied to process large environmental datasets to unlock spatial patterns.
Pre Reqs:
CIST-101 DE INTRODUCTION TO CODING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS
AND
GISC-101 DE INTRODUCTION TO GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES
AND
GISC-201 DE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Dates

Jun 7, 2021 — Jul 11, 2021

Registration Information

For credit cost: $1410