ENV-350   Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 2 credits

Corequisites: ENV-350L

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer-based data processing tool used to manage and analyze spatial information. This course introduces students to the theory and techniques of GIS including spatial data acquisition and input, data management, data analysis, and map output. Students will gain hands-on experience with Geographic Information System software (ArcGIS) through laboratory activities. This course is especially useful for students pursuing majors in Environmental Studies, Biology, or Political Economy. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory weekly.

ENV-350L   Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Laboratory 1 credit

Corequisites: ENV-350

This is the lab section for ENV-350.