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No minor Credit: GEOG 1502 -- Mapping Our World 3 cr CLE: SOCS TS
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Shook, Eric (online)400
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We will learn about mapping our world by understanding how maps work, making our own maps, mapping virtual worlds like Facebook, and understanding how people use maps to tell stories and lies. Along the way, we will see how mapping is a useful lens through which to understand interactions between technology and society.
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Minor Core: Basic (take one course)
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FNRM 3131 -- GIS for Natural Resources 4 cr; Prereq-Soph/jr/sr/honors; CLE: TS
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Jenks, AndrewLecture + Lab4:05 PM‑6:00 PM M plus lab (St. Paul)
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Online + Lab
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Minor Core: Advanced (take one course)
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ESPM 3031 -- Applied GPS for GIS 3 cr; Prereq-FNRM 3131 or Geog 3561
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Jenks, Andrew10:40 AM‑11:30 AM M and
10:40 AM‑12:35 PM W
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GEOG 3511 -- Principles of Cartography 4 cr.
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Lindberg, Mark LectureMW 11:15 AM‑12:30 PM 39
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LaboratoryM 01:00 PM‑02:55 PM 20
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LaboratoryF 11:15 AM‑01:10 PM 19
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An introduction to cartography – the art and science of mapping. Learn the theory of cartography and how cartographers acquire data, create map projections, represent geographical data, and create maps for the Web. A series of computer-based lab exercises will apply conceptual lecture material to the creation of thematic maps.
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GEOG 3541 (currently listed 3900)-- Principles of Geocomputing 3 cr
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Shook, Eric Allan1:00 PM‑02:15 PM TTh
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GEOG 5564 -- Urban GIS 3 cr; Prereq-3561 or 5561 or FNRM 3131
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Song, YingLecture02:30 PM‑03:45 PM TTh25
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Interested in cities? Want to apply GI science to study urban issues? In Geog 5564, you will learn about urban geographical and attribute data (including census data), urban spatial analyses (including location-allocation models), and the display of urban data. GIS minor students may substitute GEOG 5564 for GEOG 5563. Contact geogadv with questions.
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GIS Minor Electives: (take 3 courses from two different designators)
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CSCI Electives - Computer Sciences (0-2 courses)
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CSCI 4041 -- Algs. & Data Str. 4 cr; Prereq-CSCI 1913 or 1933 & 2011 or instr consent
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Sturtivant, CarlLecture1:00 PM‑02:15 PM TTh or 6:30 PM‑09:00 PM M
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CSCI 4707 -- Practice of DB Systems 3 cr; Prereq-4041 or instr consent
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Srivastava, JaideepLecture1:00 PM‑02:15 PM TTh
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CSCI 5115 -- User Interface Dsgn 3 cr; Prereq-4041 or instr consent
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Yarosh, LanaLecture4:00 PM‑05:15 PM TTh
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ESPM Electives - Env Science, Policy, and Management (0-2 courses)
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ESPM 3031 -- Applied GPS for GIS 3 cr; Prereq-FNRM 3131 or Geog 3561
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Jenks, Andrew10:40 AM‑11:30 AM M and
10:40 AM‑12:35 PM W
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ESPM 3031 -- Applied GPS for GIS 3 cr; Prereq-FNRM 3131 or Geog 3561
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Knight, Joe10:40 AM‑11:30 AM M and
10:40 AM‑12:35 PM W
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FNRM Electives - Forest and Natural Resources Management (0-2 courses)
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FNRM 5412 -- Adv Remote Sen & Geospa Analys 3 cr; Prereq-3262 or instr consent
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Knight, JoeLecture10:15 AM‑11:30 AM TTh 35
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Geography Electives (0-2 courses)
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GEOG 3511 -- Principles of Cartography 4 cr.
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Lindberg, Mark LectureMW 11:15 AM‑12:30 PM 39
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LaboratoryM 01:00 PM‑02:55 PM 20
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LaboratoryF 11:15 AM‑01:10 PM 19
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An introduction to cartography – the art and science of mapping. Learn the theory of cartography and how cartographers acquire data, create map projections, represent geographical data, and create maps for the Web. A series of computer-based lab exercises will apply conceptual lecture material to the creation of thematic maps.
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GEOG 3541 (currently listed 3900)-- Principles of Geocomputing 3 cr
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Shook, Eric Allan1:00 PM‑02:15 PM TTh
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GEOG 5564 -- Urban GIS 3 cr; Prereq-3561 or 5561 or FNRM 3131
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Song, YingLecture02:30 PM‑03:45 PM TTh25
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Interested in cities? Want to apply GI science to study urban issues? In Geog 5564, you will learn about urban geographical and attribute data (including census data), urban spatial analyses (including location-allocation models), and the display of urban data. GIS minor students may substitute GEOG 5564 for GEOG 5563. Contact geogadv with questions.
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GIS Electives - Geographic Information Sciences (0-2 courses)
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GIS 5572 -- ArcGIS II 3 cr; Prereq-GIS 5571, in MGIS program or instr consent
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Lindberg, MarkLecture6:00 PM‑08:50 PM Th
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GIS 5577 -- Spatial Database Design 3 cr; Student Option; Prereq-instr consent
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Haynes II, David AntioneLaboratory6:20 PM‑8:50 PM T 24
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Spatial database design, development planning/management, maintenance, security, access/distribution, and documentation.
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(0-2 courses)
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Soil Electives - Soil, Water, and Climate (0-2 courses)
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SOIL 4111 -- Intro to Precision Agricultur 3 cr; Prereq-Basic sciences, statistics, soil, agronomy
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Yang, CELecture3:00 PM‑04:55 PM T
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Lab3:00 PM‑03:50 PM Th
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