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Practical Approaches for Implementing Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Practical Approaches for Implementing Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Course Number: ERT X450

3 units

Overview of the history, fundamentals, and techniques of the GIS industry and the basic implementation issues for business and governmental entities.  Main topics include:

  • GIS strategy in needs assessments
  • business processes,
  • application development
  • database specifications
  • project definitions

GIS software will be used hands-on to demonstrate practical solutions to real-world problems.

Available Sections

Starting Apr 1

184ETG003

Starting Apr 1
184ETG003

Course Fees

$520 Early Bird Discount ends on Mar 26
$570 after Mar 26

Instructor

Jack Hunt [ bio ]

close [x] Jack W. Hunt, Master of GIS, Enterprise Account Executive for ArcGIS, Esri, Redlands, is a leader in expanding GIS product and services programs across facilities management, education, and urban planning sectors. Along with a strong technical foundation, his experience spans ArcGIS product development, application programming, 3D GIS, and account management. Mr. Hunt also co-developed a semester-long studio course in geodesign for the University of Redlands.

Schedule:

Begins:
Apr 1 - May 20, 2019

Location:

Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

Mandatory
"Thinking about GIS: GIS Planning for Managers"
Thomlinson
ISBN: 978-1589482739

Prerequisites

ERT 802.2, Introduction to ArcGIS, or ArcGIS experience and consent of program coordinator.

Applicable Certificates

Available Sections

Riverside

Section No.: 184ETG003

Dates: Apr 1 - May 20, 2019

Instructor: Jack Hunt

Textbook: Mandatory
"Thinking about GIS: GIS Planning for Managers"
Thomlinson
ISBN: 978-1589482739

Location: Online Course

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