This program is designed to train students in the use and application of Geomatics, and to provide a context for the problem-solving capabilities of Geomatics through exposure to courses focusing on the application of spatial technologies. This program complements majors in a variety of disciplines, including but not limited to Justice and Legal Studies, Criminal Justice and Public Policy, Landscape Architecture, Computer Sciences, Business and Management specialties, Food Systems and Food Security, Geography, Ecology, Environmental Sciences, and provides technical skills that broaden and enhance employment opportunities.
GIS Graduates find employment in international agencies of the United Nations, Canadian federal government departments, provincial and state agencies in Canada and the United States, local governments across North America, private sector consulting firms, and a host of nongovernmental organizations.
Our graduates also are pursuing careers in the education sector, as teachers and administrators. Many have gone on to conduct masters and doctoral research.
Contact a B.Sc. Program Counsellor
For questions regarding the requirements of the B.Sc. Program contact:
B.Sc. Counselling Office
1329 Science Complex, Atrium Wing
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