The Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems provides students with an interdisciplinary background in GIS. The program consists of graduate level courses in Geographic Information Systems and related subjects offered by the departments of Biology, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Computer Science, Earth and Environment, Global and Sociocultural Studies, Public Administration, and Statistics.
Starting in Fall 2013, admission to the Graduate Certificate Program in GIS is restricted to students currently enrolled in a Graduate Degree program. Students may apply by submitting a paper application form available at http://gradschool.fiu.edu/downloads/Certificate_Application.pdf. Applicants must obtain the signature of the Program Director, Dr. Dean Whitman, PC 314A, and submit the completed form to [...]
Starting in Fall 2013, admission to the Graduate Certificate Program in GIS is restricted to students currently enrolled in a Graduate Degree program (e.g. Masters or Doctorate) at FIU. In addition, the applicant must demonstrate basic proficiency with computers. Note: Some of the courses in the Program have prerequisites. Students in these courses must [...]
List of members of Coordinating Committee and their contact information.
List of professors who teach GIS and RS courses and their contact information.
List of classes that satisfy the requirements for the Graduate Certificate in GIS and RS.
Application for Completion Form The certificate candidate must fill out the application for completion and submit the form, along with a copy of the transcript showing the completed courses required for the certificate, to the Certificate Program Director, Dean Whitman. Note: Do not fill out this form if you have not applied and been admitted [...]
Frequently asked questions about the GIS Certificate Program.