Geospatial Analysis Certificate Program


The Nicholas School's Geospatial Analysis Program develops and maintains:

  1. Undergraduate and graduate (professional MEM & PhD) geospatial technologies curricula
  2. Research support for geospatial technologies and analysis
  3. Professional non-degree, distance learning instruction & certificate programs
  4. The institutional geospatial technology liaison between the Nicholas School and University

See a complete list of Geospatial Curricula here >

From marine science to surficial earth processes, from environmental economics to environmental epidemiology, from landscape ecology to conservation planning; all of these areas benefit, even require, the powerful analytical and presentation abilities of geospatial technologies for mapping out today's environmental solutions. Geospatial technologies include Geographic Information Systems (GIS), satellite remote sensing, field surveying and Global Positioning Systems (GPS).