The GIS certificate program is a 25-credit curriculum which begins with T GIS 311, followed by two consecutive quarters (Winter, Spring). After T GIS 311, the remaining four courses are taken as a cohort in the sequence prescribed below. Each class is held one day/week in the evening hours 4:15-9:00PM).
Any Quarter (Autumn, Winter, Spring)
- T GIS 414: Advanced Applications of GIS (5 credits)
- T GIS 415: Critical Theory and GIS Practicum (5 credits)
Continuing participation in the GIS Certificate Program hinges on the successful completion of all GIS Certificate Program courses. For TGIS 311 students must earn a grade of at least 3.0 in order to proceed to T GIS 312 and T GIS 313 in the winter term. For T GIS 312 and T GIS 313 students must earn a grade of at least 2.5 in order to proceed to T GIS 414 and T GIS 415. In order to be awarded a GIS Certificate students must successfully complete T GIS 414 and T GIS 415 with a minimum grade of 2.5.