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GEOL 3401

GEOL 3401 Interdisciplinary Geographic Information Systems (2-4). This course is designed to introduce the concepts of computer- based spatial data handling referred to as geographic information systems (GIS). The interdisciplinary approach focuses on bringing students from diverse academic backgrounds together in a team effort to learn the fundamentals of GIS including data sources input manipulation and output presentation. It is recommended that the student have completed an introductory class in one of the following: geology biology natural resource management or archaeology. Prerequisite: Computer proficiency required. Lab fee: $8


Fall 2023


Interdiscp Geographic Info Sys   Section 001   Kevin Urbanczyk
Interdiscp Geographic Info Sys   Section HMC   Kevin Urbanczyk
Interdiscp Geog. Info Sys Lab   Section L01   Kevin Urbanczyk
Interdiscp Geog. Info Sys Lab   Section L02   Kevin Urbanczyk
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 | Student Evaluation
Interdiscp Geog. Info Sys Lab   Section LMC   Antony Giles


Fall 2022


Interdiscp Geographic Info Sys   Section 001   Kevin Urbanczyk
Interdiscp GIS Lab   Section L01   Kevin Urbanczyk
Interdiscp GIS   Section L02   Kevin Urbanczyk
Interdiscp GIS Lab   Section LMC   Antony Giles
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 | Student Evaluation
Interdiscp Geographic Info Sys   Section MC1   Kevin Urbanczyk
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 | Student Evaluation