Certificate (Graduate) – Geospatial Analysis
The 9-credit Geospatial Analysis Graduate Certificate is an option for graduate students to expand their skills in geodata analysis. The courses are offered to both on-campus and online students. Areas of emphasis include geographic information science, remote sensing, image analysis, geostatistics, GIS programming/scripting, web mapping, data visualization, and spatial modeling.
It is recommended that students begin this program in the spring for the ideal disbursement of courses (1 course spring, 1 course fall, 1 course spring). Students must earn a minimum grade of B in each course to use it towards the certificate.
Required Courses (for 6 credits total):
- GIS6116 Geographic Information Systems Analysis (Spring)
- SUR5386 Image Processing for Remote Sensing (Spring)
Choose 1 Elective (for 3 credits total):
- Students must apply for admission here: https://admissions.ufl.edu/apply/certificates
- Students must earn a grade of B or better in each certificate course
- Students must “apply to complete” their certificate during the last semester of certificate coursework
Credits earned in the certificate program can seamlessly transfer into a Master of Science degree program. Please contact UF FLREC Geomatics Specialist, Adam Benjamin, for more information on enrollment.