Master of Science in Geospatial Intelligence

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Develop Forward-Facing Skills to Lead the Way in Geospatial Intelligence

Prepare to lead the way in the emerging geospatial intelligence field. With the MS in Geospatial Intelligence program from Johns Hopkins University’s Advanced Academic Programs (AAP) division, you will learn a variety of solutions to the intelligence challenges impacting organizations in the public and private sectors. All coursework takes place online, providing flexibility as you benefit from the prestige of a Johns Hopkins education.

While this field is new, our program is rooted in 70 years of strategic tradecraft and the history of geospatial intelligence. As a result, you will build a strong foundation in intelligence concepts while exploring forward-facing approaches to technology and data within this field. By earning this master’s degree, you will become a leader with the ability to improve geospatial intelligence collection, analysis, communication, and technologies.

With this program, you can:

Fast Facts

With this online program, you can prepare for a range of rewarding careers. The average salary for geospatial analysts with geospatial intelligence training is about $70,000 per year.1

  1. “Average Geospatial Analyst with Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Skills Salary.” PayScale. Accessed May 27, 2020.
    https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Geospatial_Analyst/Salary/5e6a479a/Geospatial-Intelligence-GEOINT
  1. “Average Geospatial Analyst with Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Skills Salary.” PayScale. Accessed May 27, 2020.
    https://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Geospatial_Analyst/Salary/5e6a479a/Geospatial-Intelligence-GEOINT

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