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Identify, analyze and understand spatial patterns and gain a deeper understanding of computation and analytical problem-solving.
Attaining a GIS and Computational Science Certificate requires two additional courses (6-8 credit hours) beyond the IDE Concentration.
Statistics for Geography
Cartography Visualization & Information Design
Introduction to Geographic Information Science
This course has prerequisites of GEOG 3023 and GEOG 3053
Geographic Information Science Modeling Applications
Geographic Information Systems Programming for Spatial Analysis