Offered on Trinity River Campus, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) students will learn to use a computer system capable of assembling, storing, manipulating and visually displaying geographically referenced information.
Find out more: What is GIS?
Graduates who complete the program are able to:
Students who successfully complete the two-year, 66-semester-hour program earn an Associate in Applied Science degree. A Skills Enhancement Certificate is available for students with a bachelor's degree or experience in a related field, and who are seeking training in the field of GIS.
Jamie Miller, GIS Program Coordinator
David W. Allen, GISP, Faculty Advisor
Updated February 17, 2014