C L A S S E S
FREC 480--GIS in Natural Resource Management. 4 credits.
Sophomore/Junior-level class with intensive hands-on lab training in
This course is offered both fall semester and winter session. Enrollment
limit is 18/section. Class has one lecture/week plus supervised labs in
the Townsend GIS/CAD lab.
FREC 682--Spatial Analysis of Natural Resources. 3 credits.
Graduate-level class covers spatial logic and feature manipulation,
data development (on-screen digitizing, import, some GPS), image processing
and spatial econometrics. Intensive hands-on lab training in GRASS
4.2. Spring semester; 3 credits. Class meets Thursday evenings, 6-9
PM in the Townsend GIS/CAD lab.
FREC/GEOG 667--GIS Technical Consultant. 2 credits.
Students with prior GIS experience serve as peer consultants for student
project teams in one of the introductory GIS courses: FREC 480, GEOG 471/671
or GEOG 372. This course is not strictly software-specific, and may
offer consultants exposure to alternative GIS packages. The consultant
assists the student team in formulating assigned GIS projects into logical
sequences of analytic steps, develops his/her own new GIS project for a
student team, and presents a seminar on that project. Townsend GIS/CAD
Short Courses in GIS
Intensive 5-day classes may be offered during summer months.
Other GIS courses at UD:
GEOG 372--Geographic Information Systems (Tom McKenna)
471/671--Advanced Geographic Information Systems (Tracy Deliberty)
Lectures and hands-on assignments using Arc/INFO
For more information, contact Tracy
DeLiberty, Dept. of Geography.
3-Week GIS Short Course at the University of Agriculture, Nitra, Slovakia,
September 30--October 18, 1996. SYLLABUS
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