’Geospatial

Use state of the art computer-enhanced information systems, satellite imagery and global positioning systems to solve real-world problems. Geospatial Technology is a core tool of the 21st century and impacts everything including directions in an unfamiliar city, disaster management and tracking the spread of disease—just to name a few. The future of our planet depends on this high-growth industry and needs trained professionals now! Earn 1 credit practical arts or can be divided to include .5 credit practical art, .5 credit science or .5 credit social studies.

Grades and Credits

Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12 Credit: 1 Type: Practical Art or .5 Practical Art and .5 Science or .5 Practical Art and .5 Social Studies

Related Courses

Geospatial Analysis

Prerequisites

None