GIS & GeoInformatics

Degrees Offered

  • Master of Science in GIS & GeoInformatics (Non-Thesis)
  • Graduate Certificate of GIS & GeoInformatics: Geospatial Information Technology
  • Graduate Certificate of GIS & GeoInformatics:  GIS for Geohazards Evaluation
  • Graduate Certificate of GIS & GeoInformatics:  GIS for Environmental Studies
  • Graduate Certificate of GIS & GeoInformatics:  GIS for Natural Resources Assessment

Program Description

The interdisciplinary online program in Geographic Information System (GIS) and GeoInformatics (GIS & GeoInformatics) focuses on the applications of GIS technology, hands-on geospatial training, multi-criteria decision making, advanced application and quantitative analysis aspects of GIS and Remote Sensing (RS), and is directly aligned with Colorado School of Mines' emphasis on, and strength in, Earth, Energy and Environment. Our programs will enhance students’ quantitative geospatial data analysis skills, help the students get ahead of the technology curve, and enable professionals to advance their careers.

Program Director

Wendy Zhou, Professor, Geology & Geological Engineering

Program Associate Director

Sebnem Duzgun, Professor, Fred Banfield Endowed Chair in Mining Engineering

Professors

Sebnem Duzgun, Professor, Fred Banfield Endowed Chair in Mining Engineering

Terri Hogue, Hydrology and Water Resources, Professor and Dean, Earth and Society Programs

Amy Landis, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Professor, Mines Presidential Faculty Fellow for Access, Attainment & Diversity

Kamini Singha, Hydrogeology, Professor, Fryrear Chair for Innovation and Excellence

Wendy Zhou, Professor, Geology & Geological Engineering

Teaching Associate Professor

Wendy Fisher, Computer Science, Teaching Associate Professor and Associate Department Head

Research Associate Professor

Zane Jobe, Research Professor, Geology & Geological Engineering