Certificate in Cartography and Geographic Information Systems (code 1-8040)
(Supersedes PS 81-02)
This revised and renamed certificate was recommended by the Academic Senate on November 14, 1996 and approved by the President on December 19, 1996.
Directors: Dr. Judith Tyner; Director, Dr. Franklin Gossette, Associate Director
This program offers specialized training in a variety of theoretical and applied cartographic techniques. The program is designed to provide experience in communication through maps and serves as a supplement to standard degree programs. It provides essential training for those seeking map making careers in both the public and private sector.
1. A Bachelor's Degree, which may be earned concurrently.
2. Consultation with the Director of the program.
3. 30 units distributed as follows:
A. Courses marked with an * are required;
B. At lease one elective must be taken from each category;
C. Courses marked with ** are not available to undergraduate students.
Design and Presentation
GEOG 482*, 484*
GEOG 200 (or equivalent)*, 380*, 400, 483*, 485*, MATH 101 (or equivalent), 117.
GEOG 486, 488*, 492/592, 680**, CE 225, ME 172, GEOL 535**
EFFECTIVE: SPRING 1997