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Geospatial technologies are a driving force for decision-making worldwide. The College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences and the Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability at the University of Oklahoma fosters the geospatial insights, technical skills, and advanced training with an online Master of Science in Geospatial Technology. This program will prepare you for public and private sector career opportunities in fields as diverse as agriculture, public zoning, ecology, and financial services.
The OU College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences offers various training and collaboration opportunities in the growing field of geospatial technologies. You will gain a head-start in transitioning from the classroom to the real-world.
Our online M.S. program positions students to become leaders in the rapidly growing field of geospatial technologies. The online M.S. in Geospatial Technology program is 33 credit hours and can be completed in 21 months.
Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems
Spatial Data Management
Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
Spatial Programming and GIS
Research and Professional Development
Advanced GIS and Spatial Analysis
Digital Image Processing
Thinking about Geography and Environmental Sustainability
Our curriculum includes the theory and application of geospatial technologies – so you learn both conceptual and professional skills. You will use creative, qualitative, and mixed research methods to deepen your understanding of our world.
Our faculty is dedicated to expanding your intellectual views with critical perspectives. Faculty areas of expertise include coupled human and natural systems, integrated modeling, location and suitability modeling, landscape ecology, and data visualization.
The geospatial technology market is expected to grow by 10.7% by 2024 with a projected market size of $19.7B. With this advanced degree, students will likely have access to higher-paying jobs and career advancement opportunities.
Tuition for the online M.S. in Geospatial Technology is $32,505. Fees associated with the program are included in this cost. Books and materials are additional.
Once accepted into the program, students are required to submit a $350 non-refundable deposit. This deposit will be applied to your first semester’s tuition, provided you enroll in the program and start with your designated cohort class.
Admission to the University of Oklahoma’s M.S. in Geospatial Technology is selective. Those interested in the program should have a competitive undergraduate GPA. Additional admissions factors may include work or service experience, demonstrated leadership potential, exceptional talents or skills, trends, or improvement in academic performance and undergraduate school performance.
To apply for the online M.S. in Geospatial Technology program, students are asked to submit:
Applicants must submit at least one of the following, but are encouraged to submit more:
The online M.S. in Geospatial Technology admissions committee operates under a rolling admission process. Once the Office of Graduate Admissions has received all required application materials and evaluated transcripts, the committee will strive to respond to applicants within one week.
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