Department of

Community And Regional Planning

GIS Certificate Program

GIS Courses

Foundations of GIS

  • CRP 551 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
    {3 credits} Fall, Spring, Summer
  • GEOL 552 GIS for Geoscientists
    {3 credits}, Fall

GIS Tools and Techniques

  • CE 551 Urban Transportation Planning Models
    {3 credits} Fall
  • CRP 450x GeoDesign
    {3 credits} Spring
  • CRP 552 Geographic Data Management and Planning Analysis
    {3 credits} Spring
  • CRP 553 Analytical Planning and Visualization with GIS
    {3 credits} Spring
  • CRP 554x Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
  • CRP 556x GIS Programming and Automation
  • GEOL 588 GIS for Geoscientists II
    {3 credits} Spring
  • LA 302 Regional Landscape Design
    {6 credits} (non-major graduate credit, only 3 credits can be applied to the GIS Certificate) Spring
  • LA/CRP 558x Introduction to Web Mapping
    {3 credits}
  • LA 567 Advanced GIS Landscape Modeling
    {3 credits} Fall
  • NREM 345 Natural Resource Photogrammetry and Photo-Interpretation
    {2-3 credits}(non-major graduate credit), Fall
  • NREM 546 Integrating GPS and GIS for Natural Resource Management
    {3 credits} Fall
  • STAT 406 Statistical Methods for Spatial Data {3 credits}, alternate Spring
  • STAT 506 Spatial Statistics
    {3 credits}
  • MTEOR/GEOL/NREM 589 Survey of Remote Sensing Technologies {4 credits =  the Lecture 3 credits + the Lab 1 credit}

GIS Applications

  • CRP 590 Special Topics O: Spatial Analytical Methods
    {3 credits} Fall, Spring, Summer
    Note: This course will be taken in your adviser’s home department.
  • LA 590 Special Topics K: Computer Applications
    {3 credits} Fall, Spring, Summer

GIS Seminar

  • CRP 595 Seminar in GIS Applications and Research
    {1 credit} Fall, Spring