Cartographic visualization and map design principles through GIS and illustration programs, the selection of appropriate map projections, data classification, color, visual variables, charts, graphs, and diagrams. Prerequisite: GSP 101/101L. Recommended: GSP 270 and GSP 216.
To enroll in this course, you must have been admitted into the Online Geospatial Certificate Program and have completed GSP 101/101L.
Summer 2021: June 1-July 23
Fee: $1196 [subject to change]
Amy Rock is a professor in the Department of Geography, Environment, & Spatial Analysis at Humboldt State University. She holds a Ph.D. in geography from Kent State University; an M.A. in geography from Ohio University; and a B.G.S. in architectural history from Ohio University. Her research and training has been in community development, rural development, GIS, cartography, participatory GIS and citizen mapping. She has taught GSP 270: GIS; GSP 316: Cartography; GSP 416: Advanced Cartography; and GSP 426: Cartography Practicum.