Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Applied

TYPE: Minor of Geography
DEPARTMENT: Natural Sciences Department

LOCATION: On-Campus

UW-Superior's GIS minor is intended to serve students who are majoring in biology, transportation, social sciences, education, computer science, political science, history, geography, and others.

The Applied GIS minor has been designed to meet this growing demand and is designed by professional to graduate professionals in this field.The Applied GIS minor is being launched at UW-Superior to bring students quickly up to speed on the technology. It's mainly designed to help the students of different disciplines learn and acquire advanced technical skills that they can immediately apply in the workplace.

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