Graduate Certificate in Geographical Information Systems
The graduate certificate in geographical information systems (GIS) program helps students acquire the knowledge and skills to move directly from the classroom into the workplace as environmental scientists, civil engineers, and public health officials, among the many professionals who rely on GIS in government agencies, nonprofits, and the private sector. The curriculum guides students through all aspects of GIS theory and practice, from the science of cartography to analyzing geographical statistics to database design and geospatial modeling. Students are equipped with a solid grounding in geospatial theory and techniques as well as its practical applications.
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 12 credits, including 6 credits in required courses and 6 credits in elective courses.
|GEOG 6304||Geographical Information Systems I|
|GEOG 6305||Geospatial Statistics|
|Two of the following:|
|GEOG 6303||Introduction to Remote Sensing|
|GEOG 6306||Geographical Information Systems II|
|GEOG 6307||Digital Image Processing|
|GEOG 6308||Programming for Geospatial Applications|
|GEOG 6309||GIS for Emergency Management|
|GEOG 6310||Geovisualization and Cartography|
|GEOG 6311||Open Source Solutions for Geospatial Project Management|