Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Learning GIS

geographic information systems, GIS, geospatial data, mapping, visualization, spatial analysis, geocoding, GIS training, GIS software

Courses and Curriculum

The KU courses below include geographic information systems (GIS) and are taught in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environmental Studies,Geography, Preventative Medicine, and Urban Planning.
  • ARCH 560: Site Planning for Architects
  • ATMO 642: Remote Sensing 
  • CE 192: Civil Engineering Graphics
  • CE 240: Geomatics
  • CE 580: Transportation Planning and Management
  • EVRN 410: Geospatial Analysis
  • EVRN 510: Advanced Environmental Applications in Geospatial Techniques
  • EVRN/ GEOG 526: Remote Sensing of the Environment I
  • GEOG 210: Computers, Maps, and Geographical Analysis
  • GEOG 357: History and Philosophy of Geographic Information Science
  • GEOG 358: Principles of GIS
  • GEOG 458: Geographical Information Systems
  • GEOG 514: Visualizing Spatial Data
  • GEOG 517: Data Handling and Map Symbolization
  • GEOG 558: Intermediate Geographical Information Systems
  • GEOG 560: GIS Application Programming
  • GEOG 658/668: Topics in Geographic Information Science
  • GEOG 716: Advanced Geostatistics
  • GEOG 726: Remote Sensing of Environment II 
  • GEOG 802: Urban GIS
  • GEOG 858: Environmental GIS
  • GEOG 926: Seminar in Remote Sensing
  • GEOG 958: Seminar in GIS
  • GEOG 980: Advanced Seminar in Geography: GIS in Science and Society
  • PRVM 819: An Introduction to GIS for Health
  • UBPL 730: Introduction to Land Use Planning
  • UBPL 746: GIS Applications for Design and Planning