Kent State Online’s Master of Geographic Information Science is College Rank’s 10th-best GIS online master’s degree

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In today’s digital age, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have become an indispensable tool across various industries, from urban planning and homeland security to environmental management and beyond.

Kent State University’s Online Master’s in Geographic Information Science ranks as the 10th best online master’s degree in GIS by College Rank.

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Chart a Brighter Future with Kent State Online

Kent State University’s 100% online Geographic Information Science master’s program helps you advance your career through a combination of essential theory and applied skills, including technology, analysis, and programming.

Rise above candidates from GIS graduate programs that focus narrowly on technology with help from our program designed for busy working professionals and students seeking graduate education.

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