GPHY 491 - Applications in GIS will replace GPHY 488\9 - Thematic Cartography for the Spring 2014 semester.
It is recommended that students complete the university symbolic systems requirements before beginning this program because these courses promote basic quantitative reasoning (M 115, STAT 216, FORS 201, SOCI 202)
To earn a Certificate in GIS Sciences and Technologies, students must either complete or have completed an undergraduate degree and complete a minimum of twenty semester credit hours of course work including 9 to 11 required credits and 9 to 11 elective credits totaling a minimum of 20 credits as described below. Students must achieve at least an overall grade point average of 3.0 for courses within the program in order to earn a certificate. The certificate will be awarded upon the successful completion of all of the requirements of the certificate and the undergraduate degree.
See electives for additional course options.
Of the 20 credits needed for the Certificate, a maximum of two courses or 9 credits can be transferred in from other institutions.
Advanced Elective Courses (9-11 cr.)