Bachelor of Science Degree in
Geomatics Engineering is the management of global infrastructure through the collection, measuring, monitoring and archiving of geospatial data. Geomatics engineers contribute to the welfare and safety of the public through administering appropriate research and advanced mapping techniques. Examples of geomatics career fields are: land surveying; urban planning; space exploration; agriculture; transportation; and geomarketing.
The graduates of the Geomatics Engineering (GME) program should demonstrate competency in one or more of the following GME competency areas:
- Boundary/land surveying, photogrammetry, geodesy, GIS, and digital mapping.
- A continued capacity for employment in one or more GME specialty area.
- A capacity for graduate education.
- Continued membership in professional organizations.
- A continuing commitment to lifelong learning.
- A continuing commitment to serving and protecting the health and welfare of the public.
- An ability to pass professional licensing or certification examinations after achieving requisite professional experience.