Engineering Sciences and Environment:

Geographic Information Systems

Recognition Of Achievement

Careers in many industries require knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  Sheridan's GIS program is designed to do just that.  You will be able to capture, store, analyze and manage geographic data using GIS.

More information is available in the Program Description tab.

Please note, students must complete APPL70048 Introduction to Geographical Information Systems and APPL70053 and APPL70054 Access courses prior to enrolling in any of the other courses.

These courses are part of the Geographic Information Systems Program.

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Compulsory Course(s)

Successfully Complete Eight (8) Courses

Access, Advanced
Course Code:
APPL70054
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Access, Introduction
Course Code:
APPL70053
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Designing, Implementing and Managing a GIS Database
Course Code:
APPL70064
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Geographic Information Systems Software, ArcView
Course Code:
APPL70050
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Global Position Systems
Course Code:
APPL70067
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Internet Mapping
Course Code:
APPL70065
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
Course Code:
APPL70048
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Remote Sensing
Course Code:
APPL70066
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Careers in many industries require knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  Sheridan's GIS program is designed to do just that. Y ou will be able to capture, store, analyze and manage geographic data using GIS.

GIS is typically used for: resource management, asset management, environmental impact assessment, urban planning, cartography, scientific investigations, and much more.

If you're looking to start a career in resource management, asset management, urban planning, civil engineering, transportation engineering, environmental impact assessment, cartography and even criminology, you need to know how to use a GIS system.  Sheridan's Geographic Information Systems program is designed to give the skills you need to succeed in the above careers.