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Where in Maine can you study geospatial technology?

Here is a list of Maine colleges and universities with GIS programs...


Maine Community College System

Southern Maine Community College GIS courses, hydrography, GPS & GIS in many science courses

Kennebec Valley Community College Courses & computer science/ GIS certificate

Washington County Community College Program approval expected for fall 2009

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University of Maine System

University of Maine at Machais GIS courses, environmental science/GIS degree, recreation mgt/GIS degree, GIS certificate & minor

University of Maine at Presque Isle GIS courses, GPS & GIS in many science courses

University of Maine- Farmington Geography Program Bachelor's degree program

University of Maine at Augusta Computer Science Program GIS courses in computer science degree program

University of Maine at Fort Kent GIS concentration in Computers Applications and Environmental Studies degree Program

University of Maine Orono GIS components in several majors & graduate programs


University of Southern Maine

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Independent Colleges & Universities

College of The Atlantic

Unity College

Bowdoin College

Colby College

Bates College

University of New England

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This program is funded, in part, by the National Science Foundation as a component of a three-year project designed to improve and promote geospatial technology education in Maine. Additional support comes from the Maine GIS User Group, Maine Community College System, University of Maine System and Maine Geographic Alliance.