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GEOG XL 181B
This course is a project-based exploration of advanced topics in GIS and geospatial technology, with a focus upon spatial modeling, advanced spatial analysis and geoprocessing, spatial data manipulation, and geocomputation.
GEOG XL 180
This course introduces the methods, techniques and considerations behind geographic data visualization and Web based mapping. We will explore constructing narratives using maps with Esri's ArcGIS Story Map platform. It focuses upon data science, scientific communication, and the cartographic process, and in particular, considerations surrounding cartographic data visualization strategies.
GEOG UL 799
This free information session, conducted entirely online, provides a comprehensive overview of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Program, including career insights, sample videos and more.
Format: Online | Information Session
GEOG X 191C
This course introduces the design, development, and management of geospatial databases, including multi-user enterprise geodatabases. In addition to learning about relational database design, students will construct and maintain spatial databases.
GEOG XL 181A
This intermediate course reinforces additional key geographic concepts and techniques related to GIS, including coordinate systems, data management, spatial databases, geoprocessing, raster processing and analysis, digitizing and various types of spatial analysis.
GEOG XL 7
This introductory course focuses on fundamental principles and concepts behind the use and application of geographic information systems (GIS). Students will learn how to think spatially, become familiar with information technology, produce maps, communicate effectively using spatial information, and conduct data analysis with GIS.