Geographic Information Systems Graduate Academic Certificate
All required coursework must be completed with a grade of 'B' or better (O-10-b).
|GEOG 524||Hydrologic Applications of GIS and Remote Sensing||3|
|or GEOG 583||Remote Sensing IMAGE ANALYSIS/GIS Integration|
|GEOG 525||Graduate GIS Fundamentals||3|
|Select 6 credits of electives from the following:||6|
|GIS Skills Development|
|Spatial Analysis and Modeling|
|Socioeconomic Applications of GIS|
|Topics in Geospatial Analysis|
|GIS Application in Fire Ecology and Management|
Other courses as approved by the department
Courses to total 15 credits for this certificate
1. Students will develop an understanding of spatial systems through the study of Earth and human processes that interact across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales.
2. Students will develop skills applicable to the collection, integration, analysis, and illustration of data for solving spatial and temporal problems
3. Students will develop skills for communicating fundamental concepts in their field and results from their own work, in both written and oral settings.