GIS, Geospatial Information Studies, is used in a multitude of workplaces, including field sciences, utilities, city planning, supply chain logistics, disaster relief, wildfire management, and archaeology. Learn the basics of GIS to make you more employable in your chosen field, or to upgrade your skills and knowledge for your current job.
Tineke Van Zandt, Ph.D.
West Campus, E240
Student Last Name A-F: Erika Elias, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Last Name G-L: Lynn Redpath, email@example.com
Student Last Name M-R: Barbara Elgutaa, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Last Name S-Z: Stephanie Maxwell, email@example.com
Helen O’Brien, B.A.
West Campus, R019
CoursesGeospatial Information Studies