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Geographic Information Systems Major

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101  Student Success Seminar
ITD105  Computer Applications - Excel
ITD106  Computer Applications - Access
CSE122  Programming Logic and Problem Solving
GIS123  Maps and Map Reading
WDD121  Internet/Intranet Design and Development
CPD121  Data Modeling and Database Design
CSE229  Visual Basic Development
GIS231  Geographic Information Systems
GIS232  Remote Sensing and Digital Imaging Processing
Natural Science Elective
ENG124  College Composition
MTH106  Math for Technology
COM121  Effective Speaking or COM122 Interpersonal Communication or COM123 Small Group Communication
CPD222  Microsoft SQL Server Database
CSE235  Python Development
DET125  Basic AutoCAD
GIS233  Advanced Tools in Geospatial Technologies
CPD224  Advanced Microsoft SQL Server Database
GIS234  Geospatial Technologies in Industry
CSE236  Analyzing Software Requirements & Developing Solutions
Arts & Humanities Elective

TOTAL CREDITS 60-61

GIS DayThe geographic information systems associate degree program provides the community with skilled professionals who use, edit, and make decisions using GIS systems. Graduates are able to work in diverse industries that use geographic information systems including government agencies, construction, banking, health care, land use planning, transportation mapping and analysis, and emergency response.

With the growth and expansion of decision-making using spatial data and geographic locations, many organizations are looking for individuals who have skills and knowledge in GIS. GIS professionals can analyze and match spatial data with geographic location, create maps and make decisions relevant to their industries. They use, edit and manipulate the GIS software in their day-to-day operations. GIS is expected to be a growth occupation in Ohio and throughout the nation.