Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

GSP 270, 3 units

Use of a variety of spatial data types for spatial analysis and data visualization. Topological relations, buffer, query and map algebra analysis; create layouts and maps. Prerequisite: GSP 101/101L. Recommended: GSP 216.

This class includes a lab.

To enroll in this course, you must have been admitted into the Online Geospatial Certificate Program and have completed GSP 101/101L.

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Fall 2021: Oct. 18-Dec. 17

Spring 2022: TBA


Fee: $897 [subject to change]

Nicholas Malloy

Nicolas Malloy

Education Nicolas teaches in the Department of Environmental Science & Management at Humboldt State University. He holds an M.S. from Humboldt State University and received his B.A. at California State University - San Bernardino. His research and training has been in GIS, cartography, mapping sciences, and environmental science. He has taught GSP 101: Geospatial Concepts; GSP 270: GIS; and GSP 370: Intermediate GIS.