COVID-19 Update: Our M.S. in Geospatial Technology Program is Fully Online. We're Open and Enrolling Students.
Geospatial technologies are a driving force for decision-making worldwide. The College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences and the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability at the University of Oklahoma fosters the insights, technical skills, and advanced training with an online Master of Science in Geospatial Technology, and for the first time in the College's history, an online Graduate Certificate in Geospatial Technology. These programs prepare students for public and private sector career opportunities in fields as diverse as agriculture, public zoning, ecology, and financial services.
Earn the Credential Needed
The geographic information system market is expected to grow by 10.7% by 2024 with a projected market size of $19.7B. With your advanced degree, you will likely have access to higher-paying jobs and career advancement opportunities.
Access Curriculum Grounded
in Theory and Practice
Our curriculum includes the theory and application of geospatial technologies – so you learn both conceptual and professional skills. You will use creative, qualitative, and mixed research methods to deepen your understanding of our world.
Learn from Nationally
Our faculty is dedicated to expanding your intellectual views with critical perspectives. Faculty areas of expertise include coupled human and natural systems, integrated modeling, location and suitability modeling, landscape ecology, and cartography.
Accelerated, Fully Online Program
With the flexible, online format, you can earn your master's degree in 21 months - all while continuing to work full-time. The program was developed for working adults, allowing you to complete coursework at your convenience.
Attain a Certificate
in a Few Short Months
Students who want to focus on a few core concepts, prepare for professional level certification exams, or are considering a M.S. path may opt for a Certificate track. The online Certificate in Geospatial Technology** program is 12 credit hours and can be completed in months.
Form Connections in Your Industry
The OU College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences offers various training and collaboration opportunities in the growing field of geospatial technologies. You will gain a head-start in transitioning from the classroom to the real-world.
Take Your Career to the Next Level
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*The full name of the degree program is online Master of Science in Geography and Environmental Sustainability with a concentration in Geospatial Technologies. Graduates of the program will receive a Master of Science in Geography and Environmental Sustainability diploma.
**The full name of the degree program is online Certificate in Geography and Environmental Sustainability with a concentration in Geospatial Technologies. Graduates of the program will receive a Graduate Certificate in Geography and Environmental Sustainability.
***In Spring 2022, students will only take two classes at a time.