The certificate in Geospatial Science and Technology (GSAT) provides a program for career- oriented students and professionals in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related geospatial technologies (remote sensing, the Global Positioning System, cartography, and spatial data handling and analysis). Rendered upon completion of the requirements, the certificate represents academic proficiency in geospatial technologies and is administered by the department of Geography. Students must take courses in the areas listed below and complete them with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 (B) or higher and no grade below a C. The certificate is available to undergraduates and non-degree seeking professionals who meet the requirements. Note that some classes may require other prerequisites for entrance.
I. Required Courses
II. Elective Courses: Select 2 courses (6-7 credits) from the following options:
* These courses are allowed for credit in the GSAT certificate only with a significant Geospatial Science and Technology related component, as well as permission of the Chair.
** These courses require CSIS 1590 and CSIS 2610 as prerequisites.
*** These courses are allowed to count for elective credit only if they have not been taken as a required course
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Bradley A. Shellito
bashellito AT ysu DOT eduDepartment of Geography126 Phelps Hallphone: 330-941-3317
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