Graduate Certificate in GIS and Spatial Analysis
CERTIFICATE CODE - CG37
|Select four of the following courses:||12|
or ECON 729
|Spatial Analysis for Resource Management|
|Spatial Hydrology and Watershed Analysis|
|Geographic Information Systems for Aquatic Resource Management|
|Geographic Information Science|
|Geographic Information Science: Technical Issues|
|Environmental Geographic Information Systems Modeling|
|Remote Sensing Principles|
|Advanced Geographic and Information Science|
|Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis|
|Advanced Remote Sensing|
|Independent Study Requirement||3|
|GIS and Spatial Analysis Project|
Certificate Learning Outcomes
GIS and Spatial Analysis
Upon completion of the certificate, students should be able to:
- Critique and make defendable decisions on the proper selection and use of geographic data (format, scale, lineage, accuracy) in spatial analysis and modeling problems.
- Develop statistically valid spatial models which test and then correct for potential issues of randomness, independence, and autocorrelation.
- Recognize how GIS and Spatial Analysis can be used to solve spatial issues in the fields of hydrology, forestry, wildlife, soils, geology, planning, economics, energy, and conservation, under changing land use/cover and climate scenarios.
- Conduct a GIS and Spatial Analysis study which applies all aspects of spatial data collection, development, analysis, modeling, and interpretation following the scientific method.