Geographic Information System
The Certificate in GIS is intended to offer additional expertise for Navajo environmental service and biology professionals and students who seek to add an understanding and functional knowledge of Geographic Information System (GIS) to their skill set the program will prepare graduates with technical experience in GIS that will allow them to use GIS both in the field and in the office.
NOTE: Student will not be eligible for Title IV Financial Aid in this certificate program.
|ENV 101 Introduction to Environmental Science||4|
|ENV 160 Introduction to Geographic Information System||3|
|ENV 225 Principles of Agroecology with Lab||4|
|ENV 230 Environmental Sampling and Monitoring||4|
|ENV 295 Geographic Information System with Lab||4|
|ENV 296 Geodatabases and Spatial Analysis||4|
|CSC 110 Introduction to Computer Technology||3|
|ENV 105 Climate Change for Tribal People||4|
|GLG 101 Indigenous Physical Geology||4|
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|Program Classification of Instructional Program (CIP) Code
|45.0702 Geographic Information Science and Cartography|
|Program Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Code Code Title|
| 11.9199 Managers, All Other
17.1021 Cartographers and Photogrammetrists
25.1064 Geography Teachers, Postsecondary
Juanita Francis, Tsaile Faculty
The University of Arizona