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Missouri University- This University offers a Certificate Geospatial Intelligence Program for undergraduate students. It has received accreditation from the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, and has a formal Educational Partnership Agreement with the National Geospatial–Intelligence Agency. Through their Partnership Agreement, they send many of their undergraduates to the NGA for summer internships. Their certificate program gives students a wide variety of exposure to relevant geospatial intelligence issues and problems as they cover a span of technical and analytic subject matter in accordance to the USGIF guidelines.
UT Dallas- This University offers a Bachelors of Science in Geospatial Information Science or GIScience. In this program, students will comprehend the logical, mathematical and technological foundations of GIScience, and be accomplished in solving geospatial problems so they can to move into professional positions taking care of the geospatial needs in government and nonprofit organizations.
Emporia State University- This University has a unique program that is campus-wide in GeoSpatial Analysis (GSA). In this program students can earn a multidisciplinary minor in geospatial analysis that can be combined with any undergraduate B.A. or B.S. major or certificates in Geospatial Analysis. These options give students more freedom with their education and degree.
Saint Mary’s University– This University offers a professional certificate program in Geospatial Technology. Their program provides students with hands on experience to applications and theories in geospatial sciences. Their program is provided to make sure that geospatial and technology enthusiastic students are provided with opportunities to stay current with advancing technologies Geographic Information Systems and related geospatial technologies.
Boise State University- This University does not offer a certificate program. However, they do offer a minor in geospatial technologies, which can be achieved with any major. This minor is interdisciplinary as it applies geospatial technology towards problem solving with spatial elements.