The Master of Science degree program in Geographic Information
Science (MSGISc) began in 1999. The Geography Department faculty
recognizes the emerging importance of geographic information
science and the importance of integrating advanced study in
geographic information systems, remote sensing, and global
positioning systems with traditional studies in human, cultural,
and physical geography. The master's of science degree complements
our existing graduate degree offerings.
There are two options within the MS on Campus Program. The
course work option requires 60 credit hours. The project
option requires 52 credit hours and satisfactory completion of a
For more information please refer to the
Geography Graduate Handbook.