New BS in Engineering (BSE)
The Geospatial Engineering pathway was defined to study geospatial concepts that include measurements, modeling, data collection and acquisitions techniques, maps and mapping technologies, data and metadata formats, and visualization. The approved plan reflects state-of-the-art geospatial research and technologies, and it includes courses from Surveying Engineering, computer science, physics and business.
As a geospatial engineer, you will combine the use of spatial information software and analytical methods with terrestrial or geographic data to create 3d maps, employing Earth observation systems, global navigation satellite systems, laser and radar imaging sensors, wireless technologies, and more.
Contact Jim Loman, School of Technology advisor, for more information
2011-12 Course Sequence Charts
These flow charts are not official lists of degree requirements. Adjustments may be required due to curriculum changes.
- Computer Network and System Administration
- Construction Management
- Electrical Engineering Technology
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Surveying Engineering
Contact Jim Loman to make sure all degree requirements are met and obtain flow charts for other years of matriculation.