INTL432 Geographic Information Systems I (3 semester hours)

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) contain a powerful set of tools for data acquisition, management, query and display. This course will provide students first with a substantial foundation in the history of cartography and mapmaking. The second major emphasis of this course will merge both theoretical and historical information with hands-on practical training utilizing the basic tools provided with the GIS software. Students will become familiar with the importance of metadata, editing and updating metadata and how this is important to the success or failure of the dataset as a whole.

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...Information Systems I INTL419: Applied Geospatial Intelligence INTL432: Fundamentals of Geospatial Information Systems I Total...