The online Certificate in Applied Geospatial Technologies is designed for anyone looking for credentials to help them build or grow a career in geographic mapping and analysis.
Offered by the College of Arts & Sciences at the University of Louisville, this program is designed to teach students how to apply techniques of geographic information science (GIS) and collect, view, manipulate and analyze digital geographic data for a deeper understanding of the world around us. Through an introduction to GIS and hands-on experience using ArcGIS software, you will learn how to connect data sets to landscapes and communities, and provide insights about real-world environmental conditions and social problems.
This certificate does not qualify for financial aid.
The Certificate in Applied Geospatial Technologies is relevant in a wide range of fields including but not limited to:
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Note: We admit students on a rolling basis. The preferred deadlines help you complete the application process on time, be notified of acceptance and enroll before the term begins. We review applications as they become complete, and admit students for a specific term up to the day classes start. We recommend you work on and submit your complete application well in advance of the preferred deadline, as obtaining transcripts and other materials may take more time.
For more information on the admission and application process, please contact our Online Learning Enrollment Counselor at 800.871.8635 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The online Certificate in Applied Geospatial Technologies is a 15 credit hour program that requires 6 credit hours in core courses and 9 credit hours in electives. Students must complete required courses for the certificate with a GPA of 2.75 or above.
|GEOG 350 Introduction to Mapping and Geospatial Technologies||3|
|GEOG 558 Introduction to GIS||3|
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|GEOG 355 Introduction to Remote Sensing||3|
|GEOG 356 Introduction to Spatial Statistics||3|
|GEOG 385 Introduction to Programming for GIS and Spatial Data Analysis||3|
|GEOG 531 GIS and Urban Demographic Analysis||3|
|GEOS 571 GIS and Water Resources||3|
|GEOG 590 Spatial and Non-Spatial Database Management||3|