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Graduates of GIS typically work in government agencies, architectural, engineering and related services, management, scientific and technical consulting services. There is extensive fieldwork to collect data and verify results.
  • Job Titles
    • Architect
    • Civil Engineering Technician
    • Geographic Information System Technician
    • Geoscientist
    • Geological Sample Test Technician
    • Geophysical Data Technician
    • Geospatial Information Scientist and Technologist
    • Mapping Technician
    • Postsecondary Teacher/Professor
    • Precision Agriculture Technician
    • Remote Sensing Scientist and Technologist
    • Remote Sensing Technician
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  • Jobs and Internships
  • Skills
    • Project-based:
      • Plan long term projects
      • Develop project designs
      • Maintain records
      • Evaluate project results
    • Technical:
      • GIS data ethics and standards
      • GPS data collection techniques
      • GISci foundational knowledge
      • GIS hardware and software
      • GIS Programming
      • Develop and maintain spatial and non-spatial databases
    • Research and Analysis:
      • Collect, examine, and organize data
      • Model geospatial phenomena
      • Utilize statistical applications
      • Read/construct maps and graphs
      • Conduct field studies
      • Undertake environmental and location analyses
    • Communication:
      • Share findings with larger audiences
      • Scientific writing and publication
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