The Geographic Information Technology (GIT) program will serve to introduce students to the fundamental principles of geographic information systems, remote sensing, database applications, cartography, and enable students to understand the current state of knowledge residing in a geographic information system.
The GIT program seeks to ready students for positions with governmental agencies, engineering companies, and topographical drafting organizations. Through the knowledge they receive from this program, they will also be capable of finding employment in a GIT department.
For more information, please view our Student Catalog.
Geographic Information Technology (35 Credits)
|General Education Requirements||Credits|
|ENG-110 Freshman Composition||3|
|MTH-113 Technical Mathematics II||3|
|NAV-101 Introduction to Navajo Language||3|
|IT-103 Creativity and Technology||3|
|Geographic Information Core Courses|
|DFT-120 Computer Aided Drafting I||3|
|GIT-105 Fundamentals of Cartography||3|
|GIT-110 Geographic Information Systems I||3|
|SSC-100 College Success Skills||3|
|ENGR-103 Introduction to Engineering||3|
|ENV-102 Environmental I||4|
|GIT-111 Geographic Information Systems II||3|
|GIT-210 Service Learning Project||1|
|Total Required Credit Hours||35|
Ramsey Seweingyawma, Assistant Professor of Geospatial Engineering Technology
M.Ed., Secondary Education, Arizona State University
B.S., Civil Engineering, Arizona State University