Geographic Information Sciences Certificate
For information, contact the Department of Geography, Shideler Hall Room 118B, 513-529-5010.
Geographic Information Science (GISci) is a suite of techniques for collecting, analyzing, and communicating information through geographic information systems (GIS), satellite and aerial imaging (Remote Sensing), global positioning systems (GPS), and related technologies. GISci is applied to problems in fields ranging from environmental science to urban planning to business decision-making. This certificate program builds qualifications for employment and/or further study in GISci.
(15-18 credits; at least 15 must be at the graduate level)
|GEO 541||Geographic Information Systems||3|
|GEO 542||Advanced Geographic Information Systems||3|
|GEO 543||Python Programming for Geospatial Applications||3|
|GEO 548||Techniques and Applications of Remote Sensing||3|
|Select 3-6 hours, including at least 3 hours at the 500 level:||3-6|
|GIScience Techniques in Landscape Ecology|
|Geographic Information Systems for Criminal Justice|
|Advanced Systematic Geography (topics vary)|
|Research in Geography 1|
|Internship (Must be approved by Certificate Advisor)|
|Fundamentals of Programming and Problem Solving|
|Web Application Programming|
|Database Design and Development|
|Database Systems and Data Warehousing|
|Total Credit Hours||15-18|
Maximum 12 credit hours.
Note: At least 15 credit hours must be at the Graduate level.