The Geographic Information Systems concentration is a second year option of the Geographic Sciences diploma program.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is one of the fastest growing technology sectors in the world. With GIS, technical users link and analyze spatial data sets to model the real world in support of the decision-making process. This concentration prepares you by giving you indispensable GIS skills, and how they apply to environmental, municipal, and resource management projects.
You're engaged in a full range of geomatics activities, including collecting geospatial data using GPS and remote sensing, and storing, manipulating, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating geographic information within a variety of disciplines.
This program is located at NSCC's Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS). COGS is the Lawrencetown site of Annapolis Valley Campus.
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