Graduate Programs in GIS&T
The programs on the list are some of the well-known graduate programs for Geographic Information Science. The information is accurate as of April 2017. For a more complete and detailed list, go to http://www.urisa.org/careers/colleges-and-universities/
If you are interested in applying specific GIS knowledge/technology in a different area of study, seek graduate programs in a school that offers courses in GIScience.
- University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Department of Geography offers Master of Geographic Information Science (MGIS) program.
- Arizona State University School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning.
- Clark University. M.S. in Geographic Information Science for Development and Environment offered by Department of International Development, Community and Environment (IDCE).
- Ohio State University. Department of Geography's graduate programs in Geography and Atmospheric Sciences are known for it's theoretical and empirical approaches in areas including GIS and Spatial Analysis.
- Pennsylvania State University. Department of Geography. In addition, an online Master's degree in GIS is offered through Penn State World Campus.
- University of Southern California, Dornsife. Spatial Sciences Institute. Offers M.S. in Spatial Informatics, online M.S. in GIS&T, and Masters of Public Health GeoHealth Track.
- University of California, Santa Barbara. Department of Geography.
- University of Illinois. Department of Geography and Geographic Information Science.
- University of Texas, Dallas Geospatial Information Sciences.
- University of Wisconsin, Madison. The Department of Geography offers Master's of Science in Cartography/GIS, thesis option or professional online option.
USGIF Accredited Geospatial Intelligence Programs
Colleges and Universities accredited by U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) to offer undergraduate or graduate degrees with GEOINT (Geospatial Intelligence) certificates.