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  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
USC Catalogue 2017-2018

Geographic Information Science and Technology Graduate Certificate


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AHF B55B
(213) 740-8298
Email: watsonke@usc.edu

Director: John P. Wilson, PhD

The online Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Science and Technology requires 16 units of graduate work and provides state-of-the-art training in some of the core geographic information science technologies and the underlying scientific principles and concepts that guide their design and use.

Course Requirements

Sixteen units of graduate work are required.

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The courses in this program are open to students living and/or working anywhere, including students at USC's Los Angeles, Orange County, Sacramento and Washington, D.C. centers. The certificate program can be completed in one to two years as long as students take one or two courses in each of the fall, spring and summer semesters. The graduate certificate program can serve as a possible "stepping stone" toward the geographic information science and technology master's degree program. Continuous enrollment in the fall, spring and summer terms is required in this program.

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