Threats to human security come in many forms – natural disasters, humanitarian crises, environmental risks, public health issues, military operations, terrorist attacks, genocide, political violence, and resource accessibility, among others. This certificate leverages geospatial science and technology with intelligence tools to develop geospatial intelligence skills that assist in informing decision-making in disaster response, humanitarian relief efforts, and national security.
- Maintain a 2.5 GPA in all required certificate courses.
- Complete a minimum of 9 credit hours at UNG. Some transfer credit for Geospatial Science and Technology courses may be considered. Check with an academic advisor.