Course Title: Thesis Project DevelopmentView Course Outline
Admit Term: 2019 Winter 1191
This course will serve you as a bridge course between the first semester's "GIS as a Profession/Thesis Planning (GISC9302)" and the third semester's "Applied GIS Thesis (GISC9300)" courses. In this course, you will apply the project management best practices recommended by PMI and the GIS knowledge and skills you learned from other courses in the program to conduct the GIS project for your client. In a fashion of self-directed and faculty's one-on-one supervision, you will learn how to assess, prepare, process, and analyze GIS data to solve the real GIS project initiated in the first semester, and how to monitor and control the scope, time, and cost of the project. You will also learn how to professionally communicate with project stakeholders and present your project progress to the clients, peers and advisors.
Prerequisite(s) for this course
- GISC9302 - GIS as a Profession and Thesis Planning
Equivalencies for this course
- GISC9309 - Thesis Project Development
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