BASF 321 - GIS Applications
Admission to the BAS-FRM program or instructor permission.
Geographic information systems provide broad working horizons in any field that requires spatial information. This course will focus on the advanced usage of GIS tools in natural resources management, exploring these tools to create, evaluate and analyze GIS data and using real-world problems to establish decision making.
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
Problem-solve ArcMap tools to complete tasks by utilizing software help or search on-line help forums for specific problems that might arise
- Conduct spatial analysis as necessary to support decision making
- Identify other tools used in GIS, such as LIDAR, Differential GNSS, drone-based assessment and different software available for GIS applications
BAS-FRM degree course.
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