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View Resource Columbia University Earth & Environmental Sciences

This academic department offers undergraduate and graduate degrees and is located on the Morningside Heights campus in Manhattan and at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in Palisades, New York. DEES scientists observe the Earth on a global scale, from its deepest interior to the outer reaches of the atmosphere, on every continent and every ocean. Site features information on the degree...

View Resource Bismark State College: Geographic Information Systems Technician

Bismarck State College offers a program certificate, a certificate of completion, and an Associate in Applied Science degree in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). GIS is the only software program available that can capture and store geospatial data, which allows users to ask and answer complex questions about the world around us through complex geographic queries. GIScience is the...

View Resource Cayuga Community College GIS Program

Combine your interest in science and technology by studying in this degree program. By learning specialized computer software that takes images drawn from satellites, GPS waypoints, aerial photography, and any other source of data you will make interactive maps for decision makers from all types of career areas. GIS is a tool that is being applied in environmental studies, county and real estate...

View Resource Materials Science Technology Program

This 90 credit hour program leading to the AAS-T degree in Materials Science Technology focuses on composite materials, engineering design, and manufacturing of structures. Courses cover materials science, polymer technology, statics, strength of materials, composite design and manufacturing. They include a strong lab component, hands-on experience, and general education classes in communication,...

View Resource Nanofabrication Manufacturing Technology (NMT) Capstone Semester

The NMT Capstone Semester is a 6 course hands-on experience exposing the student to state-of-the art equipment and cleanroom facilities at Penn State. The 18 credits of coursework (defined by the following six course descriptions) can be used toward an associate, or baccalaureate degree, used to earn an NMT Certificate, or both depending on the specific program of the students "Home Institution."...

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