Jun 23, 2024  
2022 Summer Session Catalogue 
    
2022 Summer Session Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CE 208X - Introduction to Geographic Information and Systems (GIS)


Instructor: MAJ Rebekah Martin
Location: NEB 601
Date/Time: Monday-Friday 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Credit Hours: 3

An introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) including Global Positioning Systems (GPS) as pertinent to past and current practices along with future trends of the 21st Century. The usage of both GIS/GPS is growing exponentially and is applicable to all majors in civilian and military applications. Case histories and software exercises are used to introduce GIS/GPS and the global concepts therein. A variety of information types along with digital maps will be utilized to study historic aspects of American culture in conjunction with basic cultural patterns in other regions of the world. Digital GIS maps allow regional or global trends to be visualized, compared, measured, queried, and analyzed. CE 208X is open to all majors. Note: Civilizations and Cultures Course (X).