The graduate certificate in geographic information systems (GIS) is designed to supplement knowledge needed in the professional work environment or as a way to see if a graduate degree in GIS is a good fit. Students may earn this certificate without formal admission to a master's degree program in engineering if they take these classes as a non-degree student.
The GIS graduate certificate requires the successful completion of four core GIS classes with a grade of B- or better; any prerequisites for those individual classes are also required.
|CVEN 5381||Introduction to Geographic Information Systems||3|
|CVEN 5382||Geospatial Data Development||3|
|CVEN 5384||GIS Project Management||3|
|CVEN 5385||GIS Relational Database Systems||3|
|CVEN 5386||GIS Laboratory||3|
|CVEN 5387||Advanced Remote Sensing||3|
|CVEN 5390||Interactive Web Mapping GIS||3|
|CVEN 5391||Introduction to Geomatics||3|
|CVEN 5392||Unmanned Aerial Systems||3|
|CVEN 5396||HDS/LiDAR Tools & Data Analyses||3|
|CVEN 5397||Unmanned Aerial Systems Data processing||3|
For more information about geomatics and geographic information systems at CU Denver, visit our research page.
For general information contact the Department of Civil Engineering at email@example.com.