The Master of Science in Geographic Information Science (MSGISci) degree program is a one-year, 30-unit program. It is designed as a professional science master’s program to provide students with advanced training while developing workplace skills that are highly valued by employers. The MSGISci provides students with core geospatial analytic and technical competencies, and exposes students to the business and interpersonal skills that will make its graduates competitive in the workplace.
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