GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS - Certificate
Represent data spatially; describe complex relationships visually; understand and represent spatial dimensions of natural
resources information. Geographic information systems (GIS) is becoming an indispensable tool of resource managers.
A minimum of 15 credit hours is required to complete the GIS certificate. The GIS certificate program includes required
courses in Advanced GIS Techniques and GIS Applications, as well as elective courses, including Aerial Photography; Computer-Aided
Design; Surveying; Land Use Planning; Landscape Ecology; and Forest Measurements.
If you have questions about the GIS certificate program, contact Russ Aicher.
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