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GIS 305 Programming for GIS

Introduces students to basic computer programming concepts that can be used in a GIS environment. Develops the programming skills needed to create scripts for automating GIS data management and analysis, accessing spatial data and properties, performing queries, retrieving data values from tables, and incorporating logic and looping. Emphasizes best practices for writing code, error handling, and demonstrates how to share and publish these scripts. Programming experience not required, but may be helpful.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

GIS 205 and (GIS 210 OR GIS 240)

Notes

Recommended Preparation: MAT 135