Expected learning outcomes
On completion of the programme, the students will be competent to use their broad knowledge and practical experience to establish geographic information, refine and administer and present this to various users. They should also be able to manage the economical and organisational consequences of the use of geographical data within an organisation and be geomatically competent in other fields in which their expertise is used.
The programme is designed to allow students to study abroad in the autumn semester of the third year. The main project in the last semester can also be done at a partner institution abroad.
An exhange agreement has been signed with the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Canada.
General matriculation requirement.