ANTH 3445 Introduction to Geographic Information System (GIS)

2 hours lecture; 2 laboratory; 3 credits

Geographic Information System (GIS) as used in environmental management, archaeology, sociological analysis, business marketing, and land use planning. Basic GIS concepts. Hands-on collection, management, and analyses of data to produce information for better decision-making and interpretation. This course is the same as EESC 3750.


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