Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is used within the following economic sectors and organizations:

  • Business (e.g. banking, logistics, real estate, marketing, and more),
  • Government (e.g. local, state, national, military, emergency services, law enforcement, transportation, and more),
  • Education and Science (e.g. research, libraries, k-12 education, higher education, and more),
  • Environment and Conservation (e.g. ecology, parks, pollution monitoring, and more),
  • Natural Resources (e.g. agriculture, forestry, mining, non-renewable resources, renewable resources, and more), and
  • Utilities (e.g. electricity, natural gas, telecommunications, water, wastewater, and more).

Degrees & Certificates

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