Undergraduate Geomatics Engineering Degree Program
What is Geomatics Engineering About?
Geomatics is a new term incorporating cutting edge technology in image processing, digital photogrammetry, remote sensing, satellite-based global positioning, geographic information systems, drone based mapping, laser scanning, surveying and digital mapping. In addition, geomatics engineering can involve work in land development, construction surveying, forensic surveying, hydrographic surveying and spatial data analysis.
There are a wide variety of jobs available to a geomatics engineer in design, development and operation of systems for mapping information about the land, the oceans, our natural resources and manmade features.
Students in this program can collaborate with other engineering and geoscience disciplines. The program provides a unique environment to prepare students for the Principles and Practice of Land Surveying (PS) and the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) exams that lead to professional licensing. This degree not only prepares students for the future, but it prepares them to design the future.
Geomatics Engineering Undergraduate Degree Program Information
- Admission Requirements
- Advising Flowchart (pdf)
- Two-Year Course Schedule
- Mission, Objectives and Outcomes
IFP Check Lists and Flight Plans for a Bachelor of Science in Geomatics Engineering (BSGE)
- MAC1105 (College Algebra)
- MAC1140 (Pre-Calculus Algebra)
- MAC2311 (Calculus with Analytic Geometry 1)
- Geomatics Minor
- Catalog: Surveying and Mapping Certificate
- Undergraduate Enrollment and Graduation Data
- Student Learning Outcomes Assessment (pdf)