About the Program
USGIF’s accreditation of collegiate Geospatial Intelligence Certificate Programs, awards colleges and universities the ability to offer students GEOINT certificates accompanying a college degree.
The program matches knowledge and skills, identified by USGIF in its Essential Body of Knowledge (EBK), needed in the professional workforce with the education and training provided to students. The program benefits the students, colleges, universities, industry, government, and the GEOINT Community at large, by ensuring current hiring needs are reflected in cross-disciplinary classroom coursework.
A USGIF GEOINT Certificate proves to hiring organizations that the holder is ready to work in the GEOINT Community on Day 1. Students know that along with their degree the GEOINT certificate ensures they have the skills to start working in the ever-expanding, global GEOINT Community.
Take a look at our 18 accredited schools and their offerings below.
Interested in having your geospatial program accredited by USGIF?
Colleges and universities must apply and meet the guidelines and standards in order to have undergraduate and/or graduate programs accredited.
Download the 2019 USGIF Accreditation Guidelines – Policies & Procedures and Standards & Criteria to learn how to accredit your college/university.
If you have questions regarding USGIF accreditation, please contact USGIF Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Camelia Kantor.
Delta State University
Fayetteville State University
George Mason University
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
James Madison University
Johns Hopkins University
NOVA Information Management School, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
North Carolina Central University
Penn State University
Saint Louis University
United States Air Force Academy
United States Military Academy at West Point
University of Maryland College Park
University of Missouri at Columbia
University of North Carolina Wilmington
University of South Carolina
University of Southern California