Geographic Information System and Geoinformatics
The interdisciplinary program in geographic information systems (GIS) and geoinformatics focuses on applications of GIS technology, geospatial training, multi-criteria decision-making, and quantitative analysis aspects of GIS and remote sensing. Focus is on earth, energy and environmental aspects of GIS.
GGE Graduate Programs has information about the Graduate Application Process and Graduate Application Fee Waivers.
Certificate and Degree Requirements
We offer four graduate certificates and a non-thesis Master’s degree. The courses taken for certificate degrees can be used towards the Master’s degree. These programs are available as a residential program on the Mines campus and an online one (click here).
Documents and Forms
A number of important forms can be accessed in interactive form at the Office of Graduate Studies website. Several forms (e.g., Admission to Candidacy form) must be filled out at that website and printed for signatures and submittal. The Graduation Application form should be completed and submitted online.
Following are the Thesis Committee Step-by-Step Guide for Graduation Commencement for December 2022 and May 2023.
- Thesis Committee Step-by-Step Guide Fall December Commencement 2022
- Thesis Committee Step-by-Step Guide Spring May Commencement 2023
Field Trip Forms (Three)