Catalog Description: This course introduces the student to the rapidly expanding field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). It addresses both theory and application and provides the student with a dynamic analytical framework within which temporal and spatial data and information is gathered, integrated, interpreted, and manipulated. It emphasizes a conceptual appreciation of GIS and offers an opportunity to apply some of those concepts to contemporary geographical and planning issues.
Prerequisites: Some computer experience
Fall and/or Spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture and 2 hours of laboratory per week
Grading Basis: Letter
Final Exam Status: Final exam required
Also Listed As: LD ARCH C188