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University of North Alabama Offers Online GIS Analyst Certificate Program

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Friday, July 11th 2014
| Florence, Alabama


University of North Alabama offers the Online GIS Analyst Certificate Program which consists of five courses that can be completed within one year: Introduction to ArcGIS I: GIS Fundamentals, Introduction to ArcGIS II: Analysis & Editing, Using AutoCAD® Data in ArcGIS Desktop, Performing GIS Analysis Using ArcGIS, and Introduction to Model Builder & Python for ArcGIS. These courses are online, instructor-led which means that each course is interactive with the instructor during each lesson. It is like being in a traditional classroom without having to leave the comfort of your home or office.

Meet Your Instructor: TRIPP CORBIN a GIS Certified Professional and an Esri Certified Desktop Associate. Tripp has over 20 years of experience in GIS and Mapping. During those 20 years, he has worked in many aspects of GIS from field data collection and data creation to project management and client support. Tripp is familiar with many of the most common GIS and mapping software packages including ArcGIS, ArcView GIS, ArcInfo®, ArcIMS®, AutoCAD®, Autodesk Map®, MapGuide®, and Microstation®.

For more information, please contact Meghan Fike, Program Coordinator, at 256-765-4289 or mmfike@una.edu. Or, visit our website at www.una.edu/continuing-studies (select courses, then select GIS Analyst Certificate)

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