Academic Programs

The Department of Geomatics offers several degrees: a 2-year Associate of Applied Science degree in Geomatics; a 4-year Bachelor of Science degree in Geomatics; a minor in Geographic Information Systems and a Certificate in Geographic Information Systems.

Students seeking the baccalaureate degree may graduate in one of three emphasis areas: Surveying, Geospatial Science or Geo-developer. Students seeking continuing education for technical or professional enhancement or a concentrated area of study in Geographic Information Systems should consider the minor or Certificate in GIS.

Follow the links below to learn more about the academic programs offered by the Department of Geomatics.

 

Associate of Applied Science in Geomatics:

Associate of Applied Science

 

Bachelor of Science in Geomatics:

Emphasis in Surveying

Emphasis in Geo-developer

Emphasis in Geospatial Science


Minor and Certificate in Geographic Information Systems:

Minor in Geographic Information Systems

Certificate in Geographic Information Systems