Michigan State University has a site license to ESRI software, including some extensions. Most PC computers in labs on campus administered by the campus computing department (Academic Technology Services or ATS) are loaded with ArcGIS 9.2 with ArcInfo. Macintosh computers do not have ESRI software.
Free online training:
MSU's Site License gains us access to numerous free online GIS training modules. See this list of classes. These training modules will each take several hours but may be completed at your own pace. Contact Kathleen Weessies to be enrolled in any of these classes.
Workshops (non-credit or C.E.U.):
Remote Sensing & GIS is a unit on campus that offers one and two-day CEU certified workshops. The trainers are ESRI certified.
The MSU Geography Department teaches several GI - related courses including Geo 325, Geographic Information Systems, a 3-credit hour course. For more information see the Geography Department Course Listing.
RS&GIS (Remote Sensing & GIS) is a team of GIS professionals who provide geospatial technology services such as:
Geography Building, Room 217
673 Auditorium Road
Michigan State University