George Mason University’s College of Science (COS) offers over 40 interdisciplinary degree and certificate programs in physical, life, mathematical, earth and space sciences, data, forensics and policy to over 3000 students each year. The college, a crucial part of the university’s goal to promote research of consequence, receives 30% of the university’s research grant funding. The college’s broad regional presence, combined with strategic national and international connections, reinforces the college’s mission to provide world-class scientific leadership important to modern society. George Mason University, located just outside of Washington, DC, is Virginia’s largest public research university. For additional information, visit cos.gmu.edu.
When I reflect on my time in the George Mason University Geospatial Intelligence Certificate program, I find that the experience not only made me a better GI Science professional, but also prepared me in unpredictable ways for my career. Through intensive coursework with industry professionals and incredibly experienced academics, I was challenged to engage, communicate, and innovate in ways that enabled me to build strong foundational skills for a future in the geospatial intelligence tradecraft. I would recommend the Geospatial Intelligence Certificate program to anyone looking for a challenging yet rewarding experience in the field of GI Science.
– Michael Rushin
GEOINT Certificate Graduate