GSP6350EN - Advanced Applied GIS V: Spatial Modeling in Population Studies

Course description

This course is an application of spatial simulation models to represent attraction, segregation, individual entities, and processes of spread, applied to contemporary problems in human and population studies. The lecture component covers a serial of topics, including: a conceptual framework human and population spatial modeling; assessment of crowding and crime, drugs and gangs; population growth; religious presence, growth and decline; culturally-based land and resource use, administration of space, boundaries, and territoriality. This course also has a lab component to help students gain hands-on experience of applying spatial modeling to real world human and population studies.

Credit hours
3 hours
Subject area
Geospatial Studies
Educational level
Master
Learning type
Instructional
Prerequisites
None
Upcoming terms
Pending
* Schedule subject to change. Please contact the Registrar's office with schedule questions.
Professor
Dr. Christopher Ilori, Professor of Geospatial Mission