well qualified for a career in federal intelligence for agencies such
as the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA), along with private sector contractors,
through this comprehensive certificate program in geospatial
With this certificate, you can build a career as an
analyst who assists policy makers in critical decisions, informs those
in federal intelligence agencies, contributes to critical military
operations, and aids first responders in emergencies.
processes you will learn and apply throughout this program will meet
intelligence tradecraft standards and will meet the United States
Geospatial Intelligence Foundation requirements for accreditation. The
21-credit Geospatial Intelligence Undergraduate Certificate program is
accredited by the United States Geospatial
Intelligence Foundation (USGIF).
You will get the background
employers want as you study spatial data acquisition, processing,
analysis, and reporting in a way that meets geospatial intelligence
undergraduate certificate program prepares you to use and analyze
imagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial information to describe,
assess, and visually depict physical features and geographically
referenced activities on the Earth’s surface for intelligence purposes.
learn the context, geographic information science, and geointelligence
tradecraft techniques to be well prepared to enter the workforce as an
entry-level geospatial intelligence analyst for federal intelligence
agencies or private intelligence contractors.
You’ll complete the Geospatial Intelligence Undergraduate Certificate with these seven courses for 21 credits:
Photo credit: NASA’s Earth Observatory via Wikimedia Commons
Interested in enrolling in the 21-credit Geospatial Intelligence Undergraduate Certificate program? Email John Benhart, program director, at email@example.com.
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