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Interested in learning Geographic Information Systems (GIS)? The Austin Community College GIS Department offers 13 GIS courses, two GIS certificates and two GIS Associates degrees. Whether you're interested in launching a new GIS career or simply retooling, the ACC GIS Program can support your professional goals.

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  • The Top Five Traits You Need to Succeed in a GIS Career ESRI Education Manager Joseph Kerski lists the top five traits successful GIS professionals share as:CuriosityCritical Thinking SkillsGeographic Foundation FundamentalsFlexibilityGood Communication SkillsRead more about each ...
    Posted Nov 29, 2011, 8:54 AM by Sean Moran
  • ACC GIS Poster Session at Austin City Hall on 12/9 from 3-5 PM ACC GIS students will be showcasing their semester-long projects at Austin City Hall Atrium on Friday, December 9th from 3 to 5 PM. Students have partnered with the City ...
    Posted Nov 28, 2011, 6:58 AM by Sean Moran
  • Free National Geographic 7 Billion iPad App Today you are one of 7 billion people. How will your world change? National Geographic has developed an app for the iPad which explores how our ever-expanding population will ...
    Posted Nov 4, 2011, 8:05 AM by Mary Beth Booth
  • ACC GIS Spring 2012 Course Lineup ACC GIS is offering a number of great GIS courses this Spring. If you are new to GIS, consider taking:Introduction to GIS (GEOG 2470) - Master basic geospatial concepts and ...
    Posted Oct 19, 2011, 9:21 AM by Sean Moran
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  • Austin's Urban Heat Island October 2010 by Lisa Nutt
    Posted Feb 18, 2011, 7:56 AM by Sean Moran
  • Estimating Solar Generating Capacity May 2009 by James Vaughn
    Posted Oct 15, 2010, 6:43 AM by Sean Moran
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