MS:Geospatial Systems Engineering

The Geospatial Systems Engineering Program will prepare graduates with advanced knowledge and skills focusing on research, design, development, and use of technologies in the field of geospatial systems engineering.  This program satisfies regional, state, and national need for master's-level graduates in geospatial systems engineering.

The program offers two tracks, Track 1 - Geosensing Systems and UAS for Geomatics or Track 2 - Geospatial Data Science and Analytics.  Both tracks require a minimum of 30 semester-credit hours. This must include 6 semester credit hours in the geospatial systems engineering core, 9 semester credit hours in each track, and 15 semester hours in the Graduate Thesis option or the Graduate Creative Project option as described in Section II.

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