Courses

I teach a variety of GIS courses at University of Central Florida. All courses are taught from an interdisciplinary perspective and challenge students to think about how GIS applications are influenced by society and also responsive to the needs of society. I very much enjoy teaching and see it as an opportunity to support science’s next generation. I hope you might consider taking one of my courses.

2019 STUDY ABROAD in Belize (Summer A)
2019 SYA 6452: GIS Applications, Spring
2019 SYA 4354 (Online): GIS Applications, Spring
2018 SYA 6356: Geographic Information Systems in Society, Spring
2017 SYA 4354: GIS Applications, Fall
2017 SYA 6452: GIS Applications, Spring and Fall
2017 SYA 3352: Spatial Sociology: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, Spring
2016 SYA 3352: Spatial Sociology: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, Fall
2016 STUDY ABROAD IN BELIZE: Participatory Geographic Information Systems, Summer Session A
2016 SYA 6938: Geographic Information Systems in Society, Spring