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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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◎ GEOS 416 - Advanced Geographic Information Systems

(4 S.H.)

​Advanced techniques in the use and application of geographic information systems, where students will learn to use GIS as a problem-solving tool and will explore many concepts introduced in GEOS 316 in greater depth and breadth. The course addresses spatial problem solving by focusing on both the conceptual and practical aspects of GIS modeling and spatial analysis. Topics covered will include advanced tools, data management, terrain analysis, spatial data analysis, visualization, modeling, and legal and ethical issues in GIS. Prerequisites: GEOS 316 - Geographic Information Systems  or instructor permission. Students must be familiar with GIS fundamentals and ESRI ArcGIS software. Grade only. Offered alternate years.

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