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Spring 2016 is here. Register now! See list of courses below.

Shasta College GIS Program Honored for 2015 CGIA Excellence in Education!

GIS Certificate and A.S. Degree
Community Projects

Spring 2016 
GIS Classes

 

Shasta College's GIS Program offers standalone courses, a 24-unit GIS Certificate and a 60-unit Associates of Science Degree in Applied GIS. Courses and degrees are designed to meet industry needs and pathways for university transfer. 

NOTE: All GIS courses are now found under the "GEOG" course prefix in Catalog and Schedule.
 

 

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Shuster.Geographic Information Systems_Information sheet.pdf GIS Jobs: Resources, Links and Information
Fall 2015 GIS Student Projects.pdfFall 2015 GIS Student Projects.pdf
ArcGIS Online Demo - Indonesia​
 

ShastaGIS on ArcGIS Online 
(maps and apps)



TEDx Redding: GIS from Global to Local​​


GIS Workplace Skills

Spring Workshop Links; GIS Activity


GEOG 15 Remote Sensing Student Maps

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GEOG 9 (Jan 19 start) :      Map and Geospatial Principles            

GEOG 5 (Feb 8 start):
Digital Planet: GIS and Society (online)

GEOG 12 (Feb 2 start):
GIS Data Design and Capture

GEOG 13 (Feb 24 start) :     GIS Spatial Analysis

GEOG 14 (Jan 19 start):
GIS Cartography and Visualization

GEOG 25 (Feb 22 start) :   GIS Projects (1 unit)
  
All courses listed are required for the 24-unit GIS Certificate and A.S. Degree


Call 530-242-2314 for more information or email dscollon@shastacollege.edu


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