The Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provides applicants with a short, introductory-level coursework qualification in spatial information science and technology.
The course is aimed at developing:
* a fundamental understanding of the theoretical principles and practical aspects relating to GIS and associated disciplines
* an appreciation of the diverse range of purposes to which GIS and spatial information science in general can be applied
* basic practical skills in using and applying GIS and remote sensing to solve problems in fields such as land administration, natural resource management, facility management, environmental science, geography, planning, agriculture and forestry.
Students will be required to enrol in and pass four 12.5 point subjects totalling 50 points. Applicants must take the compulsory subject and three elective subjects.