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dtarasov
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07/27/11 06:32 AM
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I have been trying to get an answer to this question on this forum and elsewhere, but without success so far. And I need an answer soon. If one intends to study GIS at the graduate level, should he get a bachelor's in geography or information technology? I've been hearing both opinions. Universities definitely tend to treat GIS as a branch of geography. Yet I've heard (from someone who works in information technology but doesn't know much about GIS) that what I need to learn is programming, and that I can learn all the programming I need for this at any community college -- no need for a master's. Which side is closer to the truth?


Thank you all in advance for answering this.






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*Geography or Information Technology? dtarasov   07/27/11 06:32 AM
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