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The Master of Spatial Analysis with its unique MSA degree designation is an academically rigorous yet professionally oriented, 12-month graduate program with a 16 to 20-month thesis option.
Through project-based lectures and labs, a work placement, and a major research paper or thesis, MSA students are prepared to think geographically and master geographic information systems (GIS) to support operational and strategic decision-making in government and industry.
Spatial analysts work in business, environmental consulting, crime analysis, social policy, telecommunications, epidemiology and resource management.
For example, they delineate market areas, estimate sales potentials, recommend facility locations or conduct environmental assessments.
With the effective use of maps, location analysis and site suitability assessments, graduates are shaping the economic and social well-being of cities, the settlement and conservation policies of regions, and the health and connectivity of people across the globe.
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