WATS 4930/6920 - 3 credits - 10 Weeks
Builds proficiency in geoprocessing in GIS to solve spatial problems. Topics include data acquisition, webGIS, georeferncing, vector & raster analyses, surface interpolation, DEM construction, morphometric analysis, modeling, geoprocessing, and error assessment.
WATS 4931/6921 - 2 credits - 5 Weeks
Students will undertake an independent research project that requires use of advanced GIS, geoprocessing and spatial analytical techniques. Students will present their research at a peer-reviewed poster session and synthesize findings in a mock manuscript for submission to a peer-reviewed journal of their choice.
WATS 6915 - 1 credit - 4 Weeks
This intensive four week crash course in GIS is intended for graduate students who are new to GIS or to serve as a refresher for those have not used GIS for a while. Students will build proficiency in producing maps in ArcGIS and disseminating interactive maps via Google Earth/Google Maps.
Semester(s) Traditionally Offered:
- WATS 4930 - Must Have GEO 1800
- WATS 6920 - None
WATS 4931 - Must have WATS 4930
- WATS 6921 - Must have WATS 6920 or equivalent experience
WATS 6915 - None
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