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Learning GIS

Buffalo State provides a variety of ways to learn GIS to accommodate learning needs across campus.

 

          GIS Support hours will be offered in Classroom Building A207 on Tuesday and Thursday from 12:30-1:30

 

 

 

GIS Courses

Fall 2017 GIS Courses (3- Cr.)

GEG/PLN 325 Maps and Mapmaking using GIS

GEG 418 Remote Sensing

GEG 425 Fundamentals of GIS

GEG 485  Interactive and Web Based Mapping

 

Spring 2018 GIS Courses (3- Cr.)

GEG/PLN 325 Maps and Mapmaking using GIS

GEG 425/525 Fundamentals of GIS

GEG 428/528 Environmental Assessment and Planning Applications in GIS

GEG 429 Advanced Topics in GIS

 

GIS Minor

Program Requirements:

Total Credit Hours: 18 credits

 

A. Required Courses (9 credits)

GEG/PLN 325 Maps and Mapmaking using GIS
GEG 425 Fundamentals of GIS
GEG 429 Advanced Topics in GIS

 

B. Choose three from the following (9 cr):

CIS 151 Computer Based Information Processing I
GEG 405 Urban Analysis Using GIS
GEG 418 Remote Sensing
GEG 427 Corporate Applications in GIS
GEG 428 Environmental Assessment and Planning Applications in GIS
GEG 485 Interactive and Web-based mapping

 

GIS Course Modules

Discipline specific GIS course modules.  All course modules are self-contained exercises using online GIS maps.  No desktop mapping software experience needed. 

 

Anthropology of Disease

Sociology- Racial Dispersion

Geography - Stream Channel Migration

Geography/Earth Science- Climate Classification

Criminal Justice- Crime Analysis

 

 

ESRI E-Learning

The ESRI E-Learning website offers self-paced tutorials and lessons designed to help users learn ESRI GIS software for a variety of applications. Through SUNY's  ESRI site license, the Buffalo State community has free, unlimited acces to the E-Learning website. To access to the E-Learning wesite please contact Mary Perrelli perrelmf@buffalostate.edu. Please include your full name, department, and status (faculty, staff, student).

 

 

 

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GIS Tech Hub

Buffalo State •  1300 Elmwood Ave  •  Classroom Building A221
Buffalo, NY 14222  •  Phone: (716) 878-3699

perrelmf@buffalostate.edu