The master of science in applied geospatial sciences at Elmhurst requires the successful completion of 10 courses for a total of 7.50 credits (30 semester hours).
AGS 500 may be waived, per the program director's discretion, for the following students:
Students complete the coursework online through eight-week sessions. Classes are sequential and students complete the program in two years. All courses are aligned with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Geospatial Technology Competency Model (GTCM).
AGS 500 Fundamentals of Geospatial Technologies
AGS 510 Remote Sensing Technologies
AGS 520 Geospatial Programming
AGS 530 Principles of Geodatabases
AGS 540 Spatial Analysis and Web Mapping
AGS 550 Advanced Spatial Analysis
AGS 560 Graduate Internship Experience
AGS 580 E-Portfolio and Research Symposium
AGS 600 Geospatial Thesis
*MBA 509 Project Management or MPH 535 GIS in Healthcare
*MPH 535 may be substituted for MBA 509 if the student is not pursuing the PSM.
Elmhurst College reserves the right to modify courses, schedules and program format without advance notice to students.