Logo.                                         MAS-GIT program at Delta State University
Delta State University Academics College of Arts and Sciences Biological and Physical Sciences MAS-GIT
News
Research
Graduates
Advisor


welcome. to visit MAS-GIT information page.

   Join the MAS-GIT program at Delta State University

--A route to professional advancement and success!

         The Master of Applied Science in Geospatial Information Technologies (MAS-GIT) program is homed at the Division of Biological Sciences.  It is an 16-month fully online degree program. This master program offers advanced coursework, practicum, and independent research opportunities in the application of geospatial science and technologies.  Online delivery of coursework offers students the flexibility needed for advancing their career without interrupting current work duties.  Resources are also available on campus for student access.  Balanced course study and practical learning experience engage students in applying spatial analysis tools to solve a wide range of contemporary problems in urban and regional planning, natural resources, environment, ecology, economy, and business.

        The MAS-GIT program started in fall 2011.  This website provides information of student intership and projects, research activities, student achievements and updates of MAS-GIT faculty members.  Check the website often to keep updated.



Home | News | Research | Graduates | Advisor
For questions, suggestions and how to get in the program, contact the program coordinator Dr. Yongqin Zhang by email or phone 662-846-4251.