Geographic Information Systems Technology Certificate
Expand your skills or enhance your résumé by completing a GIS Systems Technology Certificate, learning to use some of the vital software systems used in the industry.
A Geographic Information Systems Technology Certificate will be awarded to students who complete four of the following core courses and four options. The selection of the courses is left up to the student to gain the knowledge suitable to their field of work.
Courses provide graduates with broad GIS theoretical knowledge and the practical tools to use in the workplace. Governments and transportation agencies, utility and telecommunications companies, and defense and intelligence organizations rely on GIS geospatial processing capabilities for map production, data analysis and data sharing, infrastructure management and land management.
|Core Courses (Four of the following)|
|CCTG101||GIS Concepts and Application Types|
|CCTG102||GIS Data Conversion and Management|
|CCTG105||GIS Project Management and Strategic Planning|
|CCTG115||GIS Best Practices|
|CCTG117||GIS Spatial Analysis|
|Options: Four of the following|
|CCTG107||GPS and Location-based Service for GIS|
|CCTG118||Remote Sensing in GIS|
|CCTG119||Web Mapping: GIS Using Open Source Software|
|CCTG120||GeoMedia Professional Level I|
|CCTG220||GeoMedia Professional Level II|
|CCTG130||ArcGIS Level I|
|CCTG230||ArcGIS Level II|
|CCTG160||Oracle Spatial Fundamentals|
|CCTG219||Aerial Data Acquisition|
|CCTG225||Open Source GIS - GRASS|