The following is a partial listing of available Esri authorized and custom GIS training locations in the Mid-Atlantic region. For more information on course offerings, schedules, fees, etc., visit the individual web sites of the trainers.
Esri offers training courses and workshops throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. A complete listing of Esri training courses and certified trainers can be found at http://training.esri.com/gateway/index.cfm
Applied Technology Institute
Courses in GPS, remote sensing, and GIS. Various locations in Maryland and Virginia.
Edgetech America, Inc.
George Mason University
George Mason University; campuses throughout Northern Virginia, although most GIS courses are offered at the Prince William County campus.
Penn State University
Penn State World Campus Certificate Program in GIS
Penn State offers an online master’s degree program in GIS. Students can earn the 110credit certificate in GIS in one year by successfully completing three required courses and one elective. Those credits can be applied to the 35-credit master’s degree, which can be earned by part-time students in three years by taking one course at a time and four courses per year.
Towson University, Towson, MD
University of Maryland Baltimore County
The University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) offers GIS courses towards a Certificate Program as well as a Masters in Professional Studies: Geographic Information Systems at its Shady Grove campus in Rockville, MD.
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) offers GIS courses and workshops at its GIS Lab in Princess Anne, MD. On-line courses are also offered. http://www.umes.edu/gis/
Virginia Commonwealth University, Center for Environmental Studies
The Virginia Commonwealth University, Center for Environmental Studies (VCU CES) in Richmond, VA offers courses in GIS, remote sensing, and GPS. http://www.vcu.edu/cesweb/training.html
Virginia Geospatial Academy
The Virginia Geospatial Academy was developed by the Virginia Geospatial Extension Program, a partnership between the Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) and Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) to provide “one stop shopping” for geospatial (i.e. GIS, GPS, and/or remote sensing) training opportunities being held in Virginia.
Virginia Tech Center for Environmental Applications in Remote Sensing
The Virginia Tech Center for Environmental Applications in Remote Sensing in Blacksburg, VA, offers remote sensing and GIS courses. http://cears.fw.vt.edu/courses.html