Geographic Information Systems
Major Code: 260A

Associate in Applied Science

The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) curriculum is designed for students who want to gain employment or advance their knowledge and skills within an industry sector that utilizes GIS. The curriculum contains core GIS courses that provide an expansive skill set and a range of electives for program customization, which allows students to tailor this degree to their specific needs and interests.

General Education Requirements15

Major Program Requirements27

  • CAD100 Technical Drawing3
  • CIS110 Business Information Systems3
  • GEO130 GIS and Mapping Principles3
  • GEO131 Geographic Information Systems I3
  • GEO132 Geographic Information Systems II3
  • GEO140 Geographic Information Systems III3
  • GEO200 Applications for Geographic Information Systems3
  • GEO210 GIS and Logistics Management3
  • GEO120 World Regional Geography
    GEO220 Geography of the Developing World3


Select electives from the disciplines and courses listed.
Disciplines: Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CAD), Computer Information Systems (CIS), Earth Science (ESC), Geography (GEO), Real Estate (REL)

Total Semester Hours for Degree60