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M.S. in Geographic Information Science for Development and Environment

Put the world’s most advanced geospatial technologies to good use

Clark’s STEM*-designated Master’s in Geographic Information Science for Development and Environment (GISDE) is a joint program between Clark’s International Development, Community and Environment Department (IDCE) and Graduate School of Geography. In this unique program, students prepare to meet some of the world’s most pressing social, political and economic challenges by developing expertise in and applying geospatial technologies to:

  • Earth system information science
  • Land use change
  • Public health and environmental justice
  • Food security and humanitarian assistance
  • Conservation GIS

*Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

Why Study Geographic Information Science for Development and Environment at Clark?