The Geography and Environmental Sciences Department offers several non-degree certificates for both graduates and undergraduates.
Geographic Information Science (GIS) Certificate (18 hours)
The focus of this certificate is on a broad array of geotechniques, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, cartography, and statistics.
Sustainable Urban Agriculture Certificate (12 hours)
The goal of this certificate is to
provide students advanced training in sustainable urban agriculture through
the integration of classroom study and field-based practicum conducted
at the department’s field research station.
The Masters of Science Environmental Sciences program offers graduate level certificates in six options:
- Air Quality
- Environmental Health
- Hazardous Waste
- Water Quality
- Geospatial Analysis