Geographic Information Systems GIS

Professional Diploma

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The GIS diploma is an intensive long term training on Geographic Information Systems and applications of ArcGIS from scratch to professional level. The Diploma contains eight

courses relating theoretical and practical activities to create the GIS project from data acquisition till maps production. This diploma  is for beginners, students, graduates and post graduates.


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Expected outcomes

·         Understand the concept of GIS

·         Relate GIS with remote sensing technologies

·         Analyze spatial data, using GIS analysis tools

·         Apply Statistical analysis in ArcGIS

·         Environmental analysis using GIS techniques

·         Create maps, images and apps to communicate spatial data in a meaningful way to others

Diploma Category

Professional Diploma

Course Nature


Required Facilities


Total courses

8 courses

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GIS001- Introduction to GIS Mapping

Get started learning about the fascinating and useful world of geographic information systems (GIS)! In this first course of the specialization GIS, Mapping, and Spatial Analysis, you’ll learn about what a GIS is, how to get started with the software yourself, how things we find in the real world can be represented on a map, how we record locations using coordinates, and how we can make a two-dimensional map from a three-dimensional Earth. In the course project, you will create your own GIS data by tracing geographic features from a satellite image for a location and theme of your choice. This course will give you a strong foundation in mapping and GIS that will give you the understanding you need to start working with GIS, and to succeed in the other courses in this specialization.


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GIS002- GIS Data Acquisition and Map Design

In this course, you will learn how to find GIS data for your own projects, and how to create a well-designed map that effectively communicates your message. The first section focuses on the basic building blocks of GIS data, so that you know what types of GIS files exist, and the implications of choosing one type over another. Next, we’ll discuss metadata (which is information about a data set) so you know how to evaluate a data set before you decide to use it, as well as preparing data by merging and clipping files as needed. We’ll then talk about how to take non-GIS data, such as a list of addresses, and convert it into “mappable” data using geocoding. Finally, you’ll learn about how to take data that you have found and design a map using cartographic principles. In the course project, you will find your own data and create your own quantitative map.


GIS003- Spatial Analysis and Satellite Imagery in GIS

In this course, you will learn how to analyze map data using different data types and methods to answer geographic questions. First, you will learn how to filter a data set using different types of queries to find just the data you need to answer a particular question. Then, we will discuss simple yet powerful analysis methods that use vector data to find spatial relationships within and between data sets. In this section, you will also learn about how to use Model Builder, a simple but powerful tool for building analysis flowcharts that can then also be run as models. You will then learn how to find, understand, and use remotely sensed data such as satellite imagery, as a rich source of GIS data. You will then learn how to analyze raster data. Finally, you will complete your own project where you get to try out the new skills and tools you have learned about in this course.


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GIS004- GIS Statistical and cluster Analysis

ArcGIS provides a set of statistical cluster analysis tools that identifies patterns in your data and helps you make smarter decisions. In this course, you are introduced to the Hot Spot Analysis tools and the Cluster and Outlier Analysis tools. You will discover how these analysis tools can help you make smarter decisions. You will also learn the foundational skills and concepts required to begin your analysis and interpret your results.


  • Explain how statistical cluster analysis can help you make smarter decisions.
  • Describe key concepts related to statistical cluster analysis.
Describe the Hot Spot Analysis and Cluster and Outlier Analysis tools.


GIS005- GIS for Environmental analysis

Apply your GIS knowledge in this course on geospatial analysis, focusing on analysis tools, 3D data, working with raster, projections, and environment variables. Through all four days of this course, we’ll work through a project together – something unique to this course – from project conception, through data retrieval, initial data management and processing, and finally to our analysis products.


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GIS006- Introduction to Remote Sensing

This course introduces students to the basics of remote sensing, characteristics of remote sensors, and

remote sensing applications in academic disciplines and professional industries. Emphasis is placed on

image acquisition and data collection in the electromagnetic spectrum and data set manipulations. This course is designed for geographic information systems (GIS) students interested in imagery analysis.


GIS007- Remote Sensing for Land Cover and land use Mapping

On this course, we will discuss the change detection occurs in land resources and land use.   Environmental planning and management requires continues updating of map to be significant. This has even become curtail in the rapid development and dynamism of urban areas. The advent of GIS has made the regular update of maps easer with the several images and data acquired by many remote sensors covering the earth today. Changes occur in the environment and urban areas can be historically and temporally monitored and traced using various change detection techniques.


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GIS008- Using GIS and Remote Sensing in Disaster Risk Management

Disaster risk information is spatial in nature and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) play an important role in disaster risk management. Rapid population growth and urbanization combined with extreme climatic events are causing a rapid increase in vulnerability of communities exposed to hazardous events. Natural disasters inflict severe damage on almost the entire spectrum of social and natural habitats, ranging from housing and shelter, water, food, health, sanitation, and waste management to information and communication networks, supply of power and energy, and transportation infrastructure.



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