Graduate Certificate in Geographical Information Science - Interdisciplinary
This certificate is designed to provide students with the theoretical, practical and technical skills that are essential for the analysis of spatial data. Students from a wide range of disciplines will benefit by becoming proficient in the use and application of GIS technologies through a flexible set of courses and hands-on experiences. The program offers the training and experience necessary to prepare for the rapidly expanding professional opportunities available in the diverse set of fields that depend on geographic information.
A student must complete a minimum of 12 hours of approved coursework, and must earn a grade of at least B (3.0) in each course.
|Group A (Foundation courses, one from this group)|
|Geographic Information Systems I|
|Introduction to Geographic Information Systems|
|Group B (Theoretical Breadth courses, at least one from this group)|
|Spatial Analysis in Geography|
|Location Analysis and Site Selection|
|Photogrammetry, Inventory and Models|
|Landscape Ecology and GIS Analysis I|
|Geographic Information Systems for the Social Sciences|
|Gropu C (Technical Breadth and Application courses, at least one from this group)|
|Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS II)|
|Advanced Remote Sensing|
|The Geospatial Sciences in National Security|
|Landscape Ecology and GIS Analysis II|
|Spatial Analysis for Public Affairs|
|Capstone experience (or substitute 1 additional course from above)|
|Special Investigations in Geography|
|Research in Forestry|
Federal Gainful Employment disclosure information for this Graduate Certificate is available at https://gradstudies.missouri.edu/degreecategory/geography.