General Program Requirements:
Number of Credits Required Beyond the Baccalaureate: 30
|GUS 5162||Advanced Statistics for Urban Applications||3|
|GUS 8061||Big GeoSpatial Data||3|
|GUS 8066||Application Development for Geographic Information Systems||3|
|GUS 8069||GIS Ethics and Professional Practice||3|
|Select four from the following: 1||12|
|GIS Programming 2|
|Fundamentals of Geographical Information Systems 2|
|Urban Geographical Information Systems|
|Environmental Applications of GIS|
|GIS and Location Analysis|
|Census Analysis with Geographical Information Systems|
|GIS for Health Data Analysis|
|Advanced Remote Sensing|
|Statistics for Urban Spatial Analysis 2|
|GUS 9187||GIS Capstone||3|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
Alternately, students may select any course within the range of GUS 5030-5040 and GUS 8060-8070 as an elective toward the degree.
If, as determined by the faculty advisor, the student has not completed equivalent coursework or lacks equivalent professional experience, s/he must take GUS 5031, GUS 5062, and/or GUS 5161 as electives.
Capstone in Geospatial Data Science:
GUS 9187, the capstone course, provides an experiential and industry-relevant learning experience for students matriculated in the Professional Science Master’s program in Geospatial Data Science at Temple. With the guidance of P.S.M. faculty and prospective employers, students engage in a structured 140-hour internship experience for one term. The student completes a geospatial data science project during the internship that draws on the technical and professional skills developed through the P.S.M. curriculum.