GIS 212 Remote Sensing & Digital Image Processing

4 Credit Hours • 75 Contact Hours (30 Lecture, 45 Lecture/Lab Combination)

Prerequisite: GIS 101

Course description changed to "Introduce concepts and procedures used in remote sensing with an emphasis on integration of aerial and satellite imagery into GIS applications. Apply the science of remote sensing and imagery interpretation to understand local to global earth observation characteristics based on remotely sensed data and logical interpretation.