Location is a fundamental attribute of all features. Professionals in a wide range of disciplines are utilizing Geospatial Science and Technology to collect, manage, and analyze geographic information for a deeper understanding of our world. In many disciplines, applied knowledge of geospatial technology has become a presumed prerequisite.
The University of North Georgia Graduate Certificate in Geospatial Science and Technology is a graduate program that emphasizes theory while addressing real-world problems in a variety of disciplines. Course material is tied closely to the geospatial industry.
Maintain a 2.5 GPA in all required Geospatial Science and Technology Graduate Certificate courses.
Complete a minimum of 9 credit hours at UNG. Some transfer credit for Geospatial Science and Technology graduate courses may be considered. Check with an academic advisor.