The PSM in GISci delivers geospatial courses in the fundamentals of GIScience and remote sensing, spatial analysis and statistics, GIS programming and geodatabase management. The program includes also includes a professional business component and internship requirement.
The GIScience Graduate Certificate Program provides individuals with a Bachelors degree in geography, geology, environmental life sciences and other related fields with the requisite knowledgebase to be proficient in GIS technologies, perform GIS-related research and be competitive in the job market.
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Option of the MBA program is designed to support careers using computer systems to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage and present spatial or geographical data in a variety of fields including management, logistics, insurance, and telecommunications.
A dual masters degree between the Professional Science Masters in Geographic Information Sciences (GISci) and the Master of Science (MS) in Sustainable Energy will prepare students in applied science and technology with a management focus.
Housed in the Department of Political science, the Certificate in Public Planning is designed to provide students and professionals working in the public sector with advanced decision making tools. The theoretical and scientific training included in the certificate program will allow students to enhance their skill sets in public planning, particularly in the area of city/urban planning and state and local government.
The Resource Management Technology graduate program is an interdisciplinary program with GISci and the School of Business. The program is designed to prepare students to be part of effective professional teams managing natural and corporate resources using such tools as geographic information system (GIS), and enterprise resource planning (ERP).