Everything is located somewhere. Spatial information informs the decisions we make in the world.
The spatial sciences involves a range of disciplines focused around location on the Earth’s surface including, but not limited to, surveying, geographic information science, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), geodesy, photogrammetry and laser scanning, and remote sensing.
Knowing what is where, is crucially important in almost every domain of our world, including resources, environment, construction, infrastructure, health and transportation.
Career options in spatial sciences continue to grow. With the increase in the use of spatial technology comes new uses and applications, and therefore exciting new career opportunities.
Our undergraduate courses provide students with the knowledge and skills to make the most of these opportunities.
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