MSc Engineering Surveying with Geographical Information Science

Date01 September 2019-01 September 2020
VenueThe University of Nottingham

The use of geospatial information is becoming common place in everyday life through satellite navigation systems and geographical information systems. As well as applications with utility for the masses, are the needs and demands of the professional community, often served through the engineering and environmental sciences. Core to these interests are the fields of spatial measurement, information collection and management.

This course, tailored to the evolving needs of industry, integrates the disciplines of high quality surveying and positioning and geospatial information analysis and management.  The course is full-time over 12 months normally starting in September each year.

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