This track is designed for people who have a large professional portfolio and enjoy course work.
Important: By default you are accepted to the Course Work Track.
If you want to switch to the Project Track you must do the following BEFORE THE END of your first Fall quarter
- Fill out an Adviser Identification Form.
- Register for GEOG 4020 Research Methods and GEOG 3150 Project Design and Implementation for the Winter quarter.
- Completion of a minimum of 60 Total Credit Hours that includes all required coursework
- Contribute at least one or more reports to the GIS Technical Library.
- Create a portfolio of projects generated primarily from GEOG 4100 Application Design & Production.
- Coursework structure
- Required courses, 26 credits
- Geography Electives, 20 credits (Any Geography or Geology courses)
- Electives, 14-16 credits (These courses may come from other departmental courses or related fields)
Required course work (26 credits)
- GEOG 3000 Advanced Geographic Statistics - 4 credits
- GEOG 3010 Geographic Information Analysis (Spatial Statistics) - 4 credits
- GEOG 3130 Advanced GIS - 4 credits
- GEOG 3140 Database Design - 4 credits
- GEOG 3200 Remote Sensing - 4 credits
- GEOG 4000 Fundamental Geographic Perspectives - 3 credits
- GEOG 4900 Geography Colloquium - 2 credits
- GEOG 4992 Report - 1 credit
- Geography requirement: Choose 16 credits from any GEOG or GEOL courses.
- Electives: Choose 12 credits from all courses offered in the University of Denver or University College (Certificate in GIS). Selection of courses must be approved by the MS-GISc Program Director.
Standard Course Schedule
|(3) Fundamental Geographic Perspective||(4) Advanced Geog Statistics
||(4) Geography Elective|
|(4) Database Design||(4) Geography Elective||(4) Geographic Information Analysis (Spatial Statistics)|
|(2) GPS||(4) Elective/Specialization||(1) Geography Colloquium|
|(4) Geography Elective
||(4) Remote Sensing
||(4) Geography Elective
|(4) Elective/Specialization||(4) Geography Elective||(1) Report|
|(1) Geography Colloquium||(4) Elective/Specialization||(4) Advanced GIS|