GEOG 648. Location Modeling. 3 Hours N.

This course provides an overview of advanced location analysis and modeling in the context of GIS. Introduces students to principles of location analysis, methods for making strategic location decisions as well as existing classic location problems. Demonstrates analytical approaches by which location problems can be solved using mathematical programming, GIS and other optimization software. This course is a specialized course with an emphasis on the spatial analysis function of Geographic Information Systems, which covers many concrete applications of GIS geospatial analysis in urban planning, transportation, and service systems planning, ranging from firefighting stations to forestry management to transportation facilities. Prerequisite: GEOG 358; or instructor permission. LEC.

Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology

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Undergraduate Certificate in Geographic Information Science

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