The Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Sciences (GIS) equips students for careers that require the creation, use, and analysis of spatial data. It is pertinent to a variety of fields, including urban planners, public health experts, landscape biologists, geologists, environmental scientists, transportation planners, criminologists, etc.
Applicants must meet the admission standards of the Graduate School. In addition, applicants must submit a completed application form, evidence of a completed baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a g.p.a of 3.0 or more, two letters of recommendation, and a personal statement on why the student would like to pursue the Graduate Certificate in GIS.
The Graduate Certificate in GIS requires a minimum of 12 credits. The actual number of credits completed for the certificate will depend on the combination of 3- and 4-credit classes that students take.
|UP 6700||Geographic Information Systems||4|
|UP 7130||Advanced GIS Applications||4|
|ESG 5650||Applied Geologic Mapping||4|
|ESG 6160||Applied Remote Sensing||3|
|ESG 6170||Spatial Statistics and Analyses for Environmental Applications||3|
|INF 6050||Computer Programming||3|
|ET 5600||Python: Industrial Applications||3|