Earn your M.S. in Geospatial Technology OU

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Program overview

With the mission to foster the insights, technical skills, and advanced training in geospatial technologies, the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences and the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability at the University of Oklahoma offer the online Master of Science in Geospatial Technology* program. Representing the intersection of geography and technology, the program's curriculum was specifically designed to provide students with the theoretical and practical geospatial technology skills needed to advance in this rapidly growing field of study. An advanced degree from OU in geospatial technologies prepares you to leverage new technologies to support governmental, environmental, business, and societal decision-making affecting the future of our planet.

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Master of Science in Geospatial Technology

Our online M.S. program positions students to become leaders in the rapidly growing field of geospatial technologies. The online M.S. in Geospatial Technology* program is 33 credit hours and can be completed in 21 months.

A sample course sequence is below:

M.S. in Geospatial Technology Credits
Fall 2020
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems 3
Quantitative Methods 3
Spring 2021
Spatial Data Management 3
Fundamentals of Remote Sensing 3
Summer 2021
GIS Applications 3
Spatial Programming and GIS 3
Fall 2021
Research and Professional Development 3
Spatial Statistics 3
Spring 2022**
Advanced GIS and Spatial Analysis 3
Digital Image Processing 3
Thinking about Geography and Environmental Sustainability 3
Total Credits 33

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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.

**In Spring 2022, students will only take two classes at a time.