Geographic Information Systems Certificate
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Certificate is offered by the Department of Geosciences and Environment to students with up-to-date theory and technology in spatial analysis in urban planning, political science, and environmental studies. It provides students a Post-Baccalaureate alternative for acquiring a recognized certification for GIS competency. A total of 12 units in the following courses are required for the certificate. GIS certificate application forms: Application for Certificate and GIS Certificate Program Plan.
For questions about GIS or to apply, please contact Dr. Stephen Mulherin.
Required Courses (3 units)
Upper Division (9 units)
- GEOG 4630 - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications in Urban Planning (3)
- GEOG 4640 - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications in Political Science (3)
- GEOG 4650 - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications in Environmental Studies (3)
- GEOG 4680 - Digital Cartography (3)
- GEOG 4690 - Spatial Analysis and GIS Modeling (3)
- GEOG 5600 - Seminar: Methods and Techniques in Geography (3)