The University of Oklahoma's online Geospatial Technology program is tailored to prepare you for occupations in both the public and private sectors in fields ranging from agriculture to public zoning to ecology to financial services.
OU is proud to offer two online options for students:
With this program, you will:
Earn the Credential Needed for Advancement - Senior positions and other highly sought-after roles related to the application of geospatial technologies require advanced education. With an online M.S. in Geospatial Technology, you will likely have access to higher-paying jobs and career advancement opportunities. A URISA GIS salary survey of 3,000+ full-time GIS employees reported that the average salary was $71,000, an increase of 15% since 2010.
Access Curriculum Grounded in Theory and Practice - The program curriculum not only includes the theory of geospatial technologies but also is grounded in the practical application of these concepts. With an online M.S. in Geospatial Technology, you will gain a mix of conceptual and professional skills to deepen your understanding of our world through the use of creative, qualitative, and mixed research methods.
Gain the Skills to Advance in a Rapidly Growing Industry - The geographic information system market is expected to grow by 10.7% by 2024 with an expected market size of $19.7B. With an advanced degree with a concentration in geospatial technologies from OU, you will gain the expertise that is in high demand now and into the future.
Learn from Experienced, Nationally Recognized Faculty - The online M.S. in Geospatial Technology program is facilitated by a faculty that is dedicated to expanding students' intellectual vistas via critical perspectives and valuable tools and skills. Faculty areas of expertise include coupled human and natural systems, integrated modeling, location and suitability modeling, climatology, landscape ecology, fresh water ecosystems, data visualization, cartography, and land use change.
Access our Accelerated Online Delivery - 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.
Form Connections in Your Industry - The OU College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences offers various training opportunities and collaboration with partners in the growing field of geospatial technologies, providing you with a head start in transitioning from the classroom to the real-world.
Take your Career to the Next Level
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