Geographic Information Science

Geographic Information Science

Earn a Bachelor’s and a Master’s in Five Years

The Accelerated Master’s Program in Geographic Information Science (GIS) allows you to count up to 6 approved credits from a bachelor’s degree in any field toward a Master of Science in GIS. You can complete both degrees in as few as five years.

There is a high demand for graduates with geospatial backgrounds. In fact, geospatial jobs were recently listed among the top 100 best careers in the nation. The geospatial field is expanding rapidly—ten percent annually—leaving a projected shortfall of workers and the perfect opportunity for GIS graduates.

The GIS accelerated master’s program offers a course-work-only degree option. It is designed for highly motivated students who wish to be geospatial professionals immediately following graduation. You’ll be prepared for a GIS career across many disciplines, from demographics and epidemiology to law enforcement and public health.

Learn more about the geographic information science accelerated master’s degree program.