GIS courses for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014
See below for this year’s exciting GIS course offerings. For course descriptions, see WesMaps.
Introduction to GIS (E&ES 322) and Service Learning Lab (E&ES 324): Fall 2013. Intended participants: Students with limited or no prior GIS experience.
GIS in Research Seminar (QAC 239): Fall 2013. Intended participants: Students with an existing project that necessitates the use of GIS (e.g. senior thesis, students working on a faculty member’s project) and students wanting to learn advanced GIS skills that are willing to develop a project or work on instructor’s research projects. The studio-format course is intended for students with existing GIS skills, but I am willing to consider limited GIS skill levels depending on space. Faculty members of all skill levels wanting to learn or brush up on GIS skills are welcome to drop into the course for GIS consultation as needed.
Introduction to (Geo)Spatial Data Analysis and Visualization (QAC 231) Spring 2014. Intended participants: Social science and humanities students with limited or no prior GIS experience.
GIS in Research Seminar (QAC 239): Spring 2014. Intended participants: Same as the fall seminar. Participants from the fall seminar can continue into the spring semester, if desired.