Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2021

GEG 322 Intermediate GIS(RLA)

4 hours; 4 credits. A study of intermediate concepts in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Utilizing both raster and vector applications, this course will focus on how to generate spatial data through geographical analysis. It is divided between lectures that introduce advanced theories and implications of GIS and lab exercises to familiarize students with the many applications of the software. Attention will be given to various real world applications of GIS through several case studies. Prerequisites: GEG 212 and (MTH 102, MTH 113 or MTH 123).