Grade Requirements: A grade of “C” or better in all courses used toward the certificate (a grade of “C-” is not acceptable). An overall GPA of 2.75 is required for the six core courses in the Certificate Program.
Credit Hour Requirements: Minimum of 16 credit hours from the Department of Geosciences, and 6 credit hours from the Department of Computer Science and/or Department of Information Systems & Technologies.
Program Code: 6014IC
Additional information pertaining to the Geospatial Analysis program and Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems Laboratory (RSGISL) may be found at: http://departments.weber.edu/geosciences.
Other applicable geospatial, computer programming or database courses may be considered at the discretion of the Certificate Program Director.
A selected sample of degree programs that will compliment the Geomatics Certificate include Applied Environmental Geosciences, Geology, Computer Science, Information Systems & Technologies, Geography, Archaeology, or a combination of three emphasis areas for a Bachelor of Integrated Studies (BIS) Degree. The Geomatics Certificate provides students with the essential skills necessary for today’s geospatial applications.