Mapping out your future career
Geospatial science incorporates fields such as geographic information systems, global positioning systems, remote sensing, surveying and cartography. Students who choose this fast-growing, high-paying field graduate with the hands-on experience, technical knowledge and problem-solving skills necessary for a rewarding career.
The Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture offers a geospatial science bachelor’s degree with three tracks, as well as a Master of Science in forestry with a concentration in geospatial science. Whatever track you choose to pursue, you’ll work with caring, dedicated faculty members who truly want you to succeed. You’ll have access to world-class technology and facilities, and you’ll participate in a variety of transformative learning experiences.
Degrees and areas of study offered
Students interested in geospatial science can choose the following tracks and degree programs:
Bachelor of Science in geospatial science
Master of Science in forestry