|EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES / COMPUTER SCIENCE|
Note: No new students will be admitted to the program beginning Fall 2009.
There is a growing demand for people who have an understanding of information technology and application development, as well as the physical and environmental systems that they represent. Advances in geospatial technology have led to a need for graduates who can organize and analyze spatial data using Global Positioning Systems, Geographic Information Systems, and Remote Sensing methods. The Geoinformatics degree is designed to address these needs, and will provide students with the knowledge and skills that comes from integrating the disciplines of Earth and Environmental Sciences and Computer Science.
Total courses: forty.
Major requirements-Earth and Environmental Sciences: fourteen courses, consisting of 61-140, 61-141, 61-232, 67-100, 67-102, 67-210, 67-246, 67-280, 67-310, 67-402, and 67-410; plus three of 61-220, 61-224, 61-230, 61-231, 61-323, 61-326, 61-328, 61-430, 61-436, 67-220, 67-221, 67-320, and 67-370.
Major requirements-Computer Science: eleven courses, consisting of 60-100, 60-140, 60-141, 60-212, 60-254, 60-256, 60-265, 60-315, 60-322, 60-330, and 60-334.
Major requirements-Earth and Environmental Sciences or Computer Science: 60-499 (a 6.0 credit course) or 61-499 (a 6.0 credit course), or two additional courses numbered 60-, 61-, or 67- (as chosen in consultation with an advisor).
(a) one pair of both 55-140 and 55-141, or both 59-140 and 59-141, or both 64-140 and 64-141;
(b) 62-120, 62-130, and 65-205;
(c) eight options from any area of study, including Earth and Environmental Sciences or Computer Science, with at least one from each of Arts and Social Sciences.
EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES: CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES: COURSES
EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES: PROGRAMS
EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES: INSTRUCTORS
FACULTY OF SCIENCE: GENERAL INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS