Geographic Information Systems Certificate

This program is NOT sponsored by the Criminal Justice Department. This page is provided as a courtesy to CJ majors interested in pursuing the certificate. All questions regarding the GIS certificate should be directed to the Social Science Department.

The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Certificate provides students with valuable technical computer mapping skills used in many areas of criminal justice, public safety and law enforcement. The certificate requires 16 credits, outlined below:

GE 2001 – Physical Geography
GE 2090 – Computer Mapping (TECO)
GE 3270 – Introduction to GIS
GE 3350 – Introduction to Air Photo Interpretation & Remote Sensing

Additionally, choose one of the following:

GE 4270 – Advanced GIS
GE 4280 – GIS Applications: Computer Mapping
GE 4140: Special Topics in Geographic Techniques

Note: This program is open to both undergraduate as well as graduate students.

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