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The Certificate in GIS at Elmhurst College was designed with the working professional in mind. The Program is aligned with the core guidelines of the National Center for Geographic Information Analysis (NCGIA) and with the proposed standards of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) as well as the GIS Certification Institute (GISCI) for professional GIS Certification. Coursework including programming has been established to accommodate a wide working professional audience.
No prerequisites for introductory courses
Easy to follow sequence of coursework
Online/classroom format for coursework (more convenient)
Tailored to business specialty
Adult-oriented, cohort-based, designed for working professionals
College credit coursework applied towards certificate (non-degree program)
On-site instruction available (for those organizations meeting the requirements)
Small cohort classes are geared for adult professionals
Taught by experienced educators and active professionals in the field
Earn a certificate in less than one calendar year
Courses taught in suitable style/format for working professionals employing collaborative and active learning techniques
Coursework applicable to current responsibilities at work
Practical, hands-on projects and electronic portfolios
Apply credit hours towards a future degree program
Interact daily with attentive instructors and professional peers in a supportive and collaborative online learning environment
Enjoy individual attention from experienced faculty
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