The Center for the Digital Globe (CDiG) offers a 12 semester hour graduate certificate program for professional students, non-degree graduate students and graduate degree seeking students. Students must formally apply and be admitted to our graduate certificate program in order to complete the program. Your method of applying for admission to our certificate program depends on your current Graduate School admission status. Also, at the end of your certificate program, you will be required to complete the Application for Graduate Certificate form which verifies that you have met all requirements for your certificate. The Center for the Digital Globe offers two options for completing our graduate certificate.
Students receiving the graduate certificate will have demonstrated competencies in:
Eligibility: Students who have completed their baccalaureate studies and are enrolled in a master’s, doctoral or professional program and working toward a graduate degree at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Students must formally apply and be admitted to our certificate program in order to receive our Center for the Digital Globe Graduate Certificate. Depending on your current Graduate School admission status, you may apply for admission to our graduate certificate program through either Process 1 or Process 2 below.
If you are currently admitted to the Graduate School as a Non-Degree Graduate Student or are already admitted to a graduate degree program, print and fill out the Application for Graduate Change of Program Form.
Instructions for Completing the Change of Program Form:
If you are currently enrolled in a professional degree program and have not been admitted to the Graduate School, or if you hold a baccalaureate degree and have not been admitted to Graduate School (new Graduate School applicant wishing to pursue a Center for the Digital Globe Graduate Certificate), you must complete the online submission Application for Admission to Graduate School.
After you submit the application online, it will be reviewed by the appropriate graduate faculty advisor and Divisional Director of Graduate Studies. The Divisional Director of Graduate Studies will then submit a Graduate Admission Communication Form to the Graduate School for processing.