CSUN has placed a number of students at the County over the past year, so I thought I would pass along the information about their program ..
Graduate Credit Certificate in Geographical Information Science and Technology (GIST)
Classes begin Spring 2012
CSUN’s 18-unit graduate certificate program will equip college graduates with at least one year of professional experience in GIST or a related field with cutting-edge skills and capabilities needed for success in public agencies and the private sector. The program also provides an excellent opportunity for current GIST professionals to upgrade their skills in a rapidly changing field.
Students will acquire a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical foundations of GIST and gain competence with current GIST methods and technologies. Participants also will appreciate the critical role that GIST plays in the fields of urban planning, civil engineering and environmental sciences, especially related to developing sustainable cities and infrastuctures.
To read the full information, go to the website: http://tsengcollege.csun.edu/gist/