Geographic Information Systems (GIS) allow you to map, model, query, and analyze large quantities of data according to their location. GIS benefits organizations in almost every industry. There is growing interest in the economic, environmental, and strategic planning value of GIS.
PROGRAM OFFERINGS AT GRAND VALLEY
Anyone admitted to GVSU as a degree-seeking student may complete this certificate.
Students will complete a minimum of 13 credit hours to receive certification in GIS. Up to six credits can be transferred from another institution (subject to course content approval).
Natural Resource Management Major pursuing the NRM Resource Analysis Methods emphasis may substitute the following for GPY 200:
Our alumni have found rewarding careers such as:
Read about our successful alums at www.gvsu.edu/geography/alumni-success-stories-34.htm/.
WHY STUDY GEOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES AT GRAND VALLEY?
For more information visit the GVSU Course Catalog.