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CSU Online GIS and Geospatial Engineering Courses for Fall 2013

Matt Ball on July 2, 2013 - in Corporate

A new Plan C Masters of Engineering specialization in Geospatial Engineering in the College of Engineering at Colorado State University will be starting Spring 2014, pending final approval, and will be open to non-engineers.

In the meantime, the following distance education courses in the program are available for Fall 2013 through CSU Online Plus: http://www.online.colostate.edu/
Again, non-engineers are welcome to enroll in these courses:

CIVE 580A4: Geospatial Engineering Management/Policies [F; 3 credits] [Planning, development, implementation and maintenance of organizational GIS systems; project management, financial and legal issues, administration]
This course is a must for those striving for leadership positions in GIS and geospatial engineering. Instructor: Dr. Lynn Johnson, former director of the highly successful Geographic Information Systems Program at the University of Colorado at Denver

ENGR 580A3: Geospatial Web Technologies for Engineers [F; 3 credits] [Web-based, service-oriented, distributed GIS system development; geospatial implementation, data preparation, map authoring, application development, application of ArcGIS Server and ArcOnline for Organizations]
Instructor: Gregory Gunther, ESRI award winning Geoweb/Data Manager with the U.S. Geological Survey.

Contact the Geospatial Engineering program coordinator Dr. John Labadie for more information about the program and the course offerings, including requests for syllabi: labadie@engr.colostate.edu

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