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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Course

Introduction to our Environmental GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Course.

GIS (Geographic Information Systems) are frameworks and means to map just about anything.
The ability to map layers of data (physical, biological, social, political, economic, ...etc.) is becoming a vital skill for almost anyone. 

Learn how to map physical, social, political, and environmental data to
identify and analyze patterns across spatial landscapes over time.
Understand the important uses, power, and interpretations of GIS tools to do
environmental, social, economic, and political problem solving.

Introduction to GIS (Geographic Information Systems)
Mapping and Geospatial Technologies
ENVA Y294-001
MWF 1:30 - 2:20 pm

A Science in Context Loyola Core Course; Pre-Requisites - Investigating Nature or permission from instructor. 
Dr. Lynn Brien 
for info contact Dr. Brien at 

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