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Emporia State University, Kansas
Graduate Certificate in GeoSpatial Analysis
Emporia State University offers a graduate certificate program in the specialty of geospatial analysis (GSA). The certificate program is a collection of courses designed to provide training and competency in geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, global positioning system (GPS), and related technologies. The GSA graduate certificate may exist either within or independent of traditional graduate majors.
The GSA graduate certificate can be completed through on-campus courses or by distance learning via Internet. The certificate requires 16 graduate credit hours, of which some may be accepted by transfer or by professional experience. The certificate in geospatial analysis provides valuable technical skills for professional career advancement without the long-term commitment necessary for a Master's degree. The program is designed for traditional on-campus students as well as post-graduate students in two situations.
Professionals at governmental agencies, which increasingly utilize techniques of geospatial analysis. GSA skill would enhance prospects for career advancement.
Recent university graduates from traditional science programs. These individuals have sufficient disciplinary training, but in many cases lack technical skills necessary for career opportunities in the private or governmental sector.
Graduate GSA certificate
*Acosta, S.M. 2003. Mosaicking aerial images to be used for defining habitat boundaries on the Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge. Unpub. research project, Emporia State University, 16 p.
*Alvarez, J. Flood forecast and vulnerability analysis for the City of Sacramento, California. Unpub. research report, Emporia State University.
*Banman, C. 2003. Using satellite imagery to evaluate wetland change with multi-temporal and unsupervised classification techniques. Unpub. research project, Emporia State University, 28 p.
*Colbourne, F.W. 2003. Using remotely sensed optical, thermal, and radar data for land-use and land-cover classification. Unpub. research project, Emporia State University, 45 p.
*Graves, B. 2007. Remote control, small-format aerial photography: The Easy Star way. Unpub. GSA research project, Emporia State University, 36 p.
Harrell, K. 2006. Historical airphoto database and vegetation change analysis for ESU Ross Natural History Reservation, Lyon County, Kansas. Unpub. GSA research project, Emporia State University, 30 p. See ESRS article.
*Korenman, T. 2004. Combination of spatial analysis methods to monitor seasonal changes at Cheyenne Bottoms, Kansas. Unpub. research report, Emporia State University, 25 p.
Landis, B. 2007. Field goniometer for spectral radiometry: Design, construction, and testing. Unpub. GSA research project, Emporia State University, 12 p. See ESRS article.
*Manders, G. GIS database and remote sensing of 2007 flooding at Miami, Oklahoma. Unpub. research report, Emporia State University.
*Mueller, J. 2008. Wetlands of Pomona Lake vicinity, Osage County, Kansas. Unpub. research report, Emporia State University.
Salley, S. 2005. Surficial geology of the Hamilton Quarry area, Greenwood County, Kansas. Unpub. GSA research project, Emporia State University, 20 p.
*Zupancic, J.W. 2003. Application of geospatial analysis techniques to assess vegetative cover and open water surfaces in the Cheyenne Bottoms wetlands. Unpub. research project, Emporia State University, 40 p.
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