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Strategic Applications of GIS in Health HSCI 424 (4)

The use of mapping strategies and geographic information systems in identifying disease patterns and health risks. The relation of health problems to the distribution of markers of exposure, susceptibility, and health impact, and resulting risk management strategies for intervention, mitigation, and disease prevention. Prerequisite: A minimum of 60 units and HSCI 230 (or 330) with a minimum grade of C- and one of STAT 302 or STAT 305, with a minimum grade of C-.