Practical Applications

Critical thinking, project management, and communication skills … employers today are looking for something that differentiates a student from the pack. What do you bring the table?

A background in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Geospatial Analysis will give you a science and technology based skill that will enable you to be productive right out of the gate.  You will be able to transform data to create maps, analyze data, create graphical reports, build databases and more – giving you the edge when building and advancing your career.

GIS is extensively used in business, social science and physical sciences research today.