Advance the profession with new skills and technologies.
The MS in Geospatial Intelligence is grounded in 70 years of strategic tradecraft and the history of geospatial intelligence to teach you how to master this new profession. You will learn to meet the challenges of new sensors, technology, and data sources, becoming the leader that governmental and non-governmental organizations look for to address a growing number and variety of intelligence problems.
Build the Future of Geospatial Intelligence
You'll emerge from the program as a leader who can improve the collections, analysis, communications, and technologies of geospatial intelligence.
Specifically you learn how to:
- Overcome challenges in communication, analytics, technology, and leadership presented by the increased volume of geospatial data
- Apply mathematical concepts to geospatial collection
- Understand the physics involved in various sensor technologies
- Use geographic information systems to manage emerging problems
- Analyze sensors operating in different parts of the spectrum
- Design structures for large and small data geospatial intelligence problems
Learn from Highly Qualified Faculty
Johns Hopkins faculty bring rich and varied experiences to the classroom as:
- Practitioners of geospatial intelligence
- Published researchers and experienced teachers in the technologies that propel the discipline
- Researchers and scholars of the history, practice, and theory, of geospatial intelligence
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