Geographic Information Systems
Applied Science degree
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Geographic information systems integrate computer software and hardware to
collect, organize, analyze, and present geographically referenced data. GIS
systems extend into many different fields and are prevalent in both local and
federal government agencies, at home and abroad. The application of GIS can be
found in areas as diverse as disease control, economics, marketing,
environmental study, utility management, and crime control and prevention. This
career degree program is associated with the GIS Technician, GIS Specialist and
GIS Professional certificates.
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