Form the big picture.
As the importance of geographic information science and spatial analysis continues to grow, so does the need for professionals with advanced research skills and knowledge of the analytical techniques and technologies used in the field.
As a graduate student in this program, you will learn how to use GIS and other geospatial information technologies and analytical tools to solve complex global problems. You will also study areas like remote sensing, statistical and mathematical modeling, geographic-computational models, network and spatial analysis, and quantifying and modeling.
Students in this program work alongside faculty on leading research to explore geography as it relates to climate change and the global environmental system, social and political systems, physical and social changes in our planet, and much more.