Mission Statement and Learning Outcomes
The Geomatics Program degrees will prepare students for a profession in Geomatics and Geospatial Science on a state, regional, national and international level in public, private, and academic settings. As a part of Geospatial sciences Geomatics students will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills in data acquisition, modeling, analysis, integration, and management of geospatial reference data used to produce deliverables for land surveying, civil engineering, cartography, geographic information systems (GIS), geodesy, and remote sensing.
- Provide sufficient knowledge to Geomatics students to pass the NCEES Fundamentals of Surveying Exam.
- Maintain a minimum Jobs to (Geomatics) Graduate Ratio of 1:1.
- Work towards 5% of Graduates who will pursue a Geospatial or related graduate degree.
- Each Geomatics student will be given professional engaged learning opportunities.
- Increase the number of students enrolled in the Geomatics Program to 60.