EDD-2275 Digital Mapping and Analysis - 3.00 credits

EDD-2275  Digital Mapping and Analysis  (3 Credits)  An introduction to mapping including topics such as topographic and thematic mapping, map projection methods, locational reference grids, map symbology and map scale. This also includes the practice of digital file maintenance, database manipulation and the creation of maps using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology with an emphasis on applications for engineering design and drafting. Not available for supplemental. Not eligible for Prior Learning Assessment. Successful completion of DRF-2264 and GEO-2255 is deemed equivalent to EDD-2275.Instruction (2.0), Lab (2.0)Requisite courses: Take SUR-1180 (Required, Previous). Take EDD-2275L (Required, Concurrent).