In this course you'll learn the principles and applications of geographic information systems and remote sensing, focusing on their application in areas such as agriculture, defence, mining and urban planning.
This course requires no prior knowledge in the field. It is nested with other courses in geospatial intelligence – graduates may continue on to study our graduate diploma and master courses.
See our handbook for more course information.
What jobs can the Geospatial Intelligence lead to?
- Biodiversity and conservation
- Emergency response planning
- Military intelligence
- Retail trade
- Transport and urban planning
What you'll learn
- Apply the fundamental principles of geospatial technology to a range of application areas
- analyse spatial data and issues to generate novel and appropriate solutions
- Select appropriate datasets/imagery and software to analyse, transform, and present findings in ways that are suitable to a range of audiences
- Recognise and be engaged in spatial issues that occur in other countries and/or on global scales
- Understand and interact with people across different cultures and respect different points of view
- Work and learn with industry to develop initiative, problem solving ability, team and communication skills as well as gain exposure to real-world, location-based, problems.