University Bulletin 2017-2018

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Geographic Info Technology

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  • GIT 442
    Remote Sensing II
    4 cr

    Analysis of remotely sensed digital data for detection and mapping of Earth resources. Minimum grade of "B" needed in course prerequisite. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (GEO 332 Minimum Grade of B or GY 332 Minimum Grade of B)
  • GIT 460
    Intro to GIT
    4 cr

    Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems technology, including software functionality (ArcGIS), data processing, cartography and spatial analysis. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: CIS 150 Minimum Grade of B or CIS Proficiency Exam P
  • GIT 461
    GIT Applications I-Environment
    4 cr

    Application of Geographic Information Systems to the studies of the natural environment. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (GIT 460 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 460 Minimum Grade of C or GY 460 Minimum Grade of C)
  • GIT 462
    GIT Apps II-Business/Soc Sci
    4 cr

    Application of Geographic Information Systems to Business and the Social Sciences. Prerequisite: GIS 460, with a grade of "C" or better, or permission of instructor. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (GIT 460 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 460 Minimum Grade of C or GY 460 Minimum Grade of C)
  • GIT 490
    Special Topics -
    2 TO 4 cr

    Geographic Information Technology topics not covered in current GIT courses. May be repeated when content varies for a maximum of 8 credit hours.

    Pre-requisite: GIT 460 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 460 Minimum Grade of C or GY 460 Minimum Grade of C
  • GIT 494
    Directed Studies -
    2 TO 4 cr

    Geographic Information Technology topics not covered in current GIT courses. May be repeated when content varies for a maximum of 8 credit hours.

    Pre-requisite: GIT 460 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 460 Minimum Grade of C or GY 460 Minimum Grade of C
  • GIT 496
    Internship in GIT
    1 TO 4 cr

    On-the-job learning through occupational or professional work with an approved firm or agency. Open to geography majors only. No more than 4 hours of internship credit is allowed.

    Pre-requisite: GIT 460 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 460 Minimum Grade of C or GY 460 Minimum Grade of C
  • GIT 542
    Remote Sensing II
    4 cr

    Analysis of remotely sensed digital data for detection and mapping of Earth resources. Minimum grade of "B" needed in course prerequisite. Special project required. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (GEO 332 Minimum Grade of B or GY 332 Minimum Grade of B)
  • GIT 560
    Intro to GIT
    4 cr

    Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems technology, including software functionality (ArcGIS), data processing, cartography and spatial analysis. Credit for GIT 460 and GIT 560 not allowed. Special project required. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: CIS 150 Minimum Grade of B or CIS Proficiency Exam P
  • GIT 561
    GIT Apps I-Environment - C
    4 cr

    Application of Geographic Information Systems to the studies of the natural environment. Credit for GIT 461 and GIT 561 not allowed. Special project required. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (GIT 460 Minimum Grade of C or GIT 560 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 460 Minimum Grade of C or GY 460 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 560 Minimum Grade of C)
  • GIT 562
    GIT Apps II-Business/Soc Sci
    4 cr

    Application of Geographic Information Systems to business and the social science. Credit for GIT 462 and GIT 562 not allowed. Special project required. Fee.

    Pre-requisite: (GIT 460 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 460 Minimum Grade of C or GY 460 Minimum Grade of C or GIT 560 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 560 Minimum Grade of C)
  • GIT 590
    Special Topics -
    2 TO 4 cr

    Geographic Information Technology topics not covered in current GIT courses. May be repeated when content varies for a maximum of 8 credit hours.

    Pre-requisite: GIT 460 Minimum Grade of C or GIT 560 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 460 Minimum Grade of C or GY 460 Minimum Grade of C or GEO 560 Minimum Grade of C