Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Map a career in geospatial technology
Geographic information specialists create maps that combine layers of information used for a wide range of purposes. In TCC’s GIS program, you’ll learn to use the latest geospatial technology and build expertise in computer-based data collection, storage, analysis, and more. Your degree prepares you enter the burgeoning fields of geospatial technology. This includes positions in government and private industry in the fields of geographic information systems, remote sensing, location positioning, mapping and related areas.
Credits:66 View Curriculum
Locations:Virginia Beach Campus
Associate of Applied Science - Specialization in Geographic Information Systems
Learn the skills necessary to visualize, analyze, and model GIS systems to help in the planning and decision-making processes of a business organization.
Credits:34-35 View Curriculum
Locations:Chesapeake Campus, Virginia Beach Campus
Certificate - Information Systems Technology
In just three semesters, you’ll gain expertise in several key areas including, operating systems, networking, hardware,
Globally-recognized credentials can be the key to your IT career path. With just a few courses at TCC, you’ll be ready for manufacturer-specific exams from companies like Microsoft, Oracle, CompTIA, VMware, and more! Learn more about IT certifications.
Is this program for you?
Yes, if you:
- are detail-oriented
- enjoy working with computers
- have an aptitude for science and math