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Have you been thinking about adding computer mapping skills to your toolkit? Online and low-residency GIS courses at UMaine at Machias can help! Below is a list of spring courses, and you can enroll now. Also listed are summer and fall courses.
To enroll in the undergraduate sections (GIS 300, GIS 400 and GIS 312), you may call the UMM Registrar's Office at 207-255-1223. Graduate sections (ANT 521 GIS I and ANT 522 GIS II) are listed in the UMaine schedule, and you may call 207-581-1290 for information about enrolling. High school students interested in enrolling in our Early College program can learn more HERE
You may enroll in individual courses or apply to one of our degree or certificate programs. Learn more HERE
As always, drop me a line if you have any questions.
UPCOMING UMM GIS COURSES
I / ANT 521: Online with OPTIONAL weekly lectures MoFr 11:00AM - 12:20PM PLUS three REQUIRED live sessions:
- Synchronous for lab section 20207: Saturdays Jan 22, Mar 26 and Apr 23 from 10:00am to 11:50am
- Synchronous for lab section 29204: Wednesdays Jan 26, Mar 30 and Apr 27 from 6:00pm to 7:50pm
- Synchronous sessions for graduates: To be arranged to work with student schedules.
GIS 400 / ANT 522 GIS II (spatial analysis, spatial stats & spatial estimation). All online with OPTIONAL weekly lectures TuTh 9:00AM - 10:20AM.
GIS 312 Municipal Applications of GIS (land records data mgt & editing, suitability analysis, open source GIS, maps for land use planning). All online with weekly required synchronous sessions to be arranged to work with student schedules.
- Summer '22: GIS 204 Intro to Satellite Positioning & Navigation Sys (online with one weekend onsite)
- Fall '22: GIS 101 Geospatial Careers
- Fall '22: GIS 300/ ANT 521 GIS I
- Fall '22: GIS 400/ ANT 522 GIS II
- Fall '22: GIS 420 Remote Sensing and Image Analysis (remote sensing interpretation and analysis for environmental, municipal and coastal applications) All online with synchronous sessions.
Tora Johnson, PhD (she/ her)
Chair, Div of Environmental & Biological Sciences, Science 107a
Director of GIS/ Assoc. Professor, GIS Lab & Service Center, Torrey Hall rm 223
UMM Land Acknowledgement
The University of Maine at Machias recognizes that it is located in the homeland of the Passamaquoddy Tribe, where issues of water and territorial rights, and encroachment upon sacred sites, are ongoing. The University also recognizes that the Passamaquoddy Tribe and the other Wabanaki Tribal Nations are distinct, sovereign, legal and political entities with their own powers of self-governance and self-determination.