Course Sequence - Minor in Geomatics and Spatial Analysis

Geomatics is a rapidly expanding branch of geography with concrete applications in areas such as health-care planning, epidemiology, criminology, defence and security, disaster management, environmental and resource monitoring, and urban planning. Geographic information systems (GIS) have also made it easier to capture, manage and visualize geographic information. From producing more efficient transit schedules to mapping disease outbreaks in areas affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami or Hurricane Katrina in 2005, geomatics plays an essential role.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES

Minor

  • Minor in Geomatics and Spatial Analysis

Language of instruction

Offered in English and in French.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • Land surveyor
  • Environmental impact analyst
  • Natural ressources and energy analyst
  • GIS analyst
  • Cartographer

What can I do with my studies?

(www.sass.uottawa.ca/en) is a tool that provides information on career opportunities with studies in geomatics and spatial analysis.

MINOR

A minor may be taken as the second program of an honours bachelor with major and minor, an honours bachelor with specialization and minor, or an honours bachelor’s (multidisciplinary) offered by the faculties of Arts, Engineering, Science, Social Sciences and Health Sciences. It may also be taken as a first program in a three-year General Bachelor of Arts with Minor.

MINOR IN GEOMATICS AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS - 30 CREDITS

GEG2320Introduction to Geomatics3
GEG3105Remote Sensing3
GEG3312Advanced GIS3
6 credits from:
GEG2108Contested Places3
GEG2109Canada and Its Regions3
GEG2301Geomorphology3
GEG2304Climatology3
15 optional GEG credits

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