MPS and GCPS GEOINT are offered in spring/fall/summer/winter quarter terms. This 12-week long quarter system allows working professionals or part-time students to concentrate on 1 or 2 courses in a short period, which contributes to a better course performance.
Schedule for the next academic year is as follows:
|Fall Term 2017|
|First Day of Classes||8/28/2017 (Monday)|
|Labor Day||9/4/2017 (Monday)|
|Last Day of Classes||11/17/2017 (Friday)|
|Winter Term 2018|
|First Day of Classes||11/27/2017 (Monday)|
|Winter Break||12/25/17 - 1/1/18 (Monday - Monday)|
|Dr. Martin Luther King Holiday||1/15/2018 (Monday)|
|Last Day of Classes||2/16/2018 (Friday)|
|Spring Term 2018|
|First Day of Classes||2/26/2018 (Monday)|
|Spring Break||3/18/18 - 3/25/18 (Sunday - Sunday)|
|Last Day of Classes||5/18/2018 (Friday)|
|Summer Term 2018|
|First Day of Classes||5/29/2018 (Tuesday)|
|Independence Holiday||7/4/2018 (Wednesday)|
|Last Day of Classes||8/17/2018 (Friday)|
Students have the options to study full-time or part-time, or skip a quarter semester due to work or family reasons. It is recommended that students take at least two courses in a regular Spring and Fall semester sequence: MPS GEOINT will require at least five semesters to complete, and GCPS GEOINT will require at least two semesters. The tables below provide a guidance on which courses are offered in each Term and example plans of courses to take each term for full-time students who are willing to graduate in five semesters.
* If you have questions about the course and study plan, please contact Dr. Ruibo Han for details.
The schedule of courses offered in Summer 2018:
5/29 - 8/17 (12 week)
The following are shared from MPS GIS, please consult Dr. Ruibo Han before registering for these courses.
- GEOG651 (Spatial Statistics): Mondays (Lecture), Tuesdays (Lab), 5:30-8pm, 06/04/18-08/11/18
- GEOG656 (Programming and Scripting for GIS): Wednesdays (Lecture), Thursdays (Lab), 5:30-8pm, 06/04/18-08/11/18
The schedule of courses offered in Fall 2017:
The schedule of courses offered in Spring 2018: