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Geographic Information Systems Certificate – Online

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Fully Online Certificate

Florida Atlantic University offers a quality online Geographic Information Science education. The online certificate programs are designed for both beginners looking to begin a career in GIS and professionals looking to increase their skills, knowledge, and career advancement. The undergraduate program provides students with an understanding of programming and spatial data analysis through two required courses as well as expand their expertise in one additional applied area of Geographic Information Science.

Bachelor of Public Safety Administration, BPSA – Online

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Fully Online Undergraduate Program

The School of Public Administration offers a Bachelor of Public Safety Administration (BPSA), with a specialization in Law Enforcement/Corrections as a fully online program. If you have the desire for a career to truly make a difference in the lives of your fellow citizens and the safety of your country, then the BPSA degree program is for you.

Computer Science, BS – Online

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Fully Online Undergraduate Program

Computer science is the study of computers, computer software and computational systems including their theory, design, development and application. Principal areas within computer science include Internet and web programming, mobile system development, data mining and machine learning, social networks, video game development, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, database systems, programming languages, software engineering and theory of computing.

Master of Science in Geoscience with a focus in Geographic Information Systems – Online

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Fully Online Graduate Program

The M.S. in Geoscience with a focus in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is intended to enhance students’ expertise in the discipline of Geography as well as the use of GIS as an analytical tool. Geography provides us with an understanding of not only where phenomena are located upon the Earth’s surface, but also how they came to be there as a result of natural and/or anthropogenic processes. Through this understanding, Geospatial scientists can employ GIS to manage, analyze and model these spatial relationships, and predict the future form and location of these phenomena.