Geospatial Technician Certification
This course is designed for professionals working in Homeland Security, law enforcement, land developers, land surveyors, military science, engineering, public safety, real estate, municipal government, GIS/RS and anyone interested in entering the Geospatial field.
Geospatial Technology is among the fastest growing career fields in the U.S. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) industry. Geospatial technologies have important applications in many industry areas, including Homeland Security, natural resources (agriculture, fisheries, forestry, wildlife and water), urban planning, economic development and emergency management. A 15 percent growth in new jobs is projected over the next decade.
This course, which follows the STARS curriculum series, is designed to both teach and assess a student’s level of competence in the geospatial skill set required by the geospatial industry to become employed in the field. This program is eligible for 25 college credits on successful completion.
COAP-591 (300 Hours)
Fee: $2,595 (Tuition $495, Materials $300, Lab $1,800)
- Section MW01-Mays Landing Campus, Building T
Mondays, Tuesdays &Thursdays beginning Oct. 7 (Ending May 13, 2014)