Our Geomatics program is for students who wish to focus on the acquisition, management, analysis, and display of geographic information. Various applications in planning, environmental and resources management, hazard mapping, demographics, market analysis, and education will be explored. Practical experience will be gained in geomatics, cartography, remote sensing, and quantitative analysis.
The program consists of 20.0 credits and is consistent with the following requirements:
Only students pursuing undergraduate programs requiring at least 20.0 credits to graduate may be admitted to the minor in Geomatics.
For more information on our Geomatics Program, please contact:
- Karen Tucker
- Contact for questions about your audit, course selection and program requirements
Geomatics Program Supervisor & Advisor
- Murray Richardson
- Contact for program advice and guidance