Monmouth University's GIS Program utilizes ESRI’s ArcGIS suite of programs to support our teaching and analysis. ArcGIS is the industry standard geospatial software and supports the analysis and visualization of data in engaging and original ways. These methods go beyond the ability of traditional database, spreadsheet, or statistical packages. ArcGIS can do much more than display data on map. The software gives you the ability to manage and integrate data, perform advanced spatial analysis, model and automate processes, and communicate your results with professional-quality maps and illustrations.
Students and faculty members with an interest in learning GIS are not restricted to a formal classroom environment. We can provide researchers and students with complimentary access to online course content. While not a substitute for a formal course, these online resources provide excellent introductions to ArcGIS. They also allow experienced GIS users to update their skills as new software versions are released. These courses offer researchers a quick, self-paced overview to specific aspects of ESRI's software. They are also well suited for students wishing to create maps as part of a semester research projects in classes at Monmouth University.
Please contact the program director, Edward González-Tennant, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like access to an online course (restricted to current Monmouth University faculty, staff, and students.