About this Program
- College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Credits: 11-12 | Completed with minimum average grade of 2.67
- Contact: Email | 352.294.7516
Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.
The Geography Department offers a range of topics in contemporary geography and geospatial science, rich and lively cultural and learning environments, B.A. and B.S. undergraduate degrees, M.A., M.S., and PhD degrees, as well as the largest Medical Geography program in the United States.
Email | 352.392.0494 (tel) | 352.392.8855 (fax)
P.O. Box 117315
330 Newell Drive
3141 TURLINGTON HALL
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7315
Covers a variety of geospatial technologies and analytical methods such as digital mapping, geographic information system (GIS), and remotely sensed image processing, aiming to develop spatial thinking ability for students. Lab-based applications emphasize hands-on experiences of these technologies.
Open to all currently enrolled undergraduate students. At least nine credits of coursework must be unique to the Geospatial Information Analysis certificate out of all other certificates and minors.
|GIS 3043||Foundations of Geographic Information Systems 1||4|
|GIS 4037||Digital Image Processing 2||4|
|Approved elective 3||3-4|
Spring, Year 1; junior standing or higher.
Fall, Year 1; junior standing or higher.
Spring or Fall, Year 2; junior standing or higher.
Other GIS courses may be substituted with approval of the certificate coordinator
|GIS 3001C||Spatial Maps and Graphs||4|
|GIS 4021C||Aerial Photo Interpretation||3|
|GIS 4102C||GIS Programming||3|
|GIS 4113||Introduction to Spatial Networks||3|
|GIS 4115||Applied Geostats||3|
|GIS 4324||GIS Analysis of Hazard Vulnerability||3|
|GIS 4500||Population GIS||3|
|GIS 4911||Undergraduate Research in Geospatial Trends||0-3|