AT76.01 Geographic Information Systems 3 (2-3)

Semester: August / January

Rationale: This course introduces principles, concepts and applications of Geographic
Information Systems (GIS): a decision support tool for planners and managers of spatial
information. Database development, manipulation and spatial analysis techniques for
information generation will be taught. Students will have the scope of using GIS for applications
in their related fields such as natural resource management, environment, civil engineering,
agriculture, information system, etc will be discussed through mini project and laboratory

Catalog Description: Mapping Concept. Data Structure. Data Management Techniques. Data
Acquisition. Global Positioning System Interface. Data Manipulation and Analysis. Map Output


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