Online mode of study: $8,940 for both in-state and out-of-state residents. Blended mode of study: tuition varies. See details and other costs
No fee to apply. Rolling admissions. Begin program in fall, spring, or summer. View application process & deadlines
Students can put theory-to-practice in one of our Geographic Information Systems (GIS) labs, which provides a dedicated space, high-end computers, industry-leading software, and equipment to support geospatial technology-related work.
Actively engaged faculty
Our widely published faculty cover a diverse range of subjects and expertise. Along with their active roles in teaching and hands-on learning, they are publishing research in national and international venues.
Our curriculum helps build a foundation of knowledge in geospatial technology skills. You’ll understand how to use GIS properly and apply your understanding in diverse fields such as business and marketing, biology, emergency management, geology, infrastructure, and environmental and urban planning.
A growing industry
The U.S. Department of Labor recently identified geospatial technology as among the most important emerging and evolving fields within the economy.