Geospatial Science and Technology

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Qualifications

Overview

Geospatial Science and Technology intersects relevant disciplines such as Data Science, Computer Science and Earth and Environment with spatial analysis. Students gain skills in programming, research analysis, database management, geospatial technology, and communication.

UC offers a range of programmes, providing foundational knowledge for those from a diverse range of backgrounds to progress to entry-level geospatial roles, further postgraduate study or research, as well as development opportunities for those already in the industry.

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