The certificate of undergraduate study in geographic information systems is a pre-professional curriculum in the design and use of geographic information technologies.
ASPRS maintains a certification process for: Certified Photogrammetrist Certified Mapping Scientist – Remote Sensing Certified Mapping Scientist – GIS/LIS Certified Photogrammetric Technologist Certified Remote Sensing Technologist Certified GIS/LIS Technologisthttp://www.asprs.org/membership.html
The Penn State World Campus Certificate Program in GIS is a noncredit program designed to meet the needs and busy schedules of full-time professionals. Students earn the Certificate of Achievement in GIS by successfully completing four courses. Most courses are offered four times a year, starting in January, April, July, and October. Most courses are […]
University Consortium for Geographic Information Science The University Consortium for Geographic Information Science emphasizes the multidisciplinary nature of GIS and the need for balance and cooperation among the disciplines listed below (and others). The urgency for such balance is so great that UCGIS commissioned a Working Group on Interdisciplinary Issues in 1997 to look at […]
Established January 1, 2004 – The purpose of the GIS Certification Institute is to provide those professionals who work in the field of geographic information systems with a formal process that will: Allow them to be recognized by their colleagues and peers that they have demonstrated professional competence and integrity in the field Establish and […]
This certificate is designed for public and private sector administrators, managers, technical professionals, decision makers and others involved in building and implementing information systems or those seeking the skills to launch a career in the GIS field. http://www.ucrextension.net/certificates/gis.html