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Geomatics Curriculum Maps

Choose a Bachelor of Science in Geomatics option below to view appropriate curriculum map.

Surveying Option Curriculum

Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

FallWinterSpring
GME161 Plane Surveying I 4    
MATH112 Trigonometry 4    
WRI121 English Composition 3    
Social Science elective 3    
Total   14    
CE203 Engineering Graphics   3  
GME175 Computations and Platting   4  
MATH251 Differential Calculus   4  
WRI122 Argumentative Writing   3  
Total     14  
GME134 Geographic Information Systems     3
GME162 Plane Surveying II     4
MATH252 Integral Calculus     4
SPE111 Public Speaking     3
Total       14
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
GME163 Route Surveying 5    
GME241 Boundary Law I 3    
MATH254N Vector Calculus I 4    
PHY221 General Physics with Calculus 4    
Total   16    
GME242 Land Descriptions and Cadastre   3  
GME264 Digital Design for Surveying   2  
PHY222 General Physics with Calculus   4  
WRI227 Technical Report Writing   3  
Social Science elective   3  
Total     15  
GME372 Subdivision Planning and Platting     4
MATH361 Statistical Methods I     4
PHY223 General Physics with Calculus     4
Humanities elective     3
Total       15
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
GME343 Boundary Surveys 4    
GME355 Digital Photogrammetry 3    
MIS113 Intro to Relational Databases 3    
WRI327 Advanced Technical Writing 3    
Social Science elective 3    
Total   16    
GIS316 Geospatial Vector Analysis I   4  
GME466 Boundary Law II   2  
SPE321 Small Group and Team Communication   3  
GME/GIS elective   4  
Math elective *   3  
Total     16  
BUS226 Business Law     3
GME351 Construction and Engineering Surveying     4
GME444 Adjustment by Least Squares     4
MGT345 Engineering Economy     3
Humanities elective     3
Total       17
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
GME425 Remote Sensing 4    
GME451 Geodesy 4    
MIS118 Programming Fundamentals 4    
Social Science elective 3    
Total   15    
GME434 Land Administration for Sustainability   4  
GME452 Map Projections   3  
GME454 GNSS Surveying   4  
Science elective   4  
Total     15  
GME468 Geomatics Practicum     4
Business elective (upper-division)**     3
Humanities elective     3
Science elective     4
Total       14
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.

Total credits required for B.S. in Geomatics, Surveying Option: 181

* Students must demonstrate advancement in educational content, courses must not be lower level than courses in the required curriculum. MATH 341 or MATH 362 recommended.
** BUS 304 or BUS 356 recommended.
Note: Humanities and Social Science electives must be approved by the department.


Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Option Curriculum

Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

FallWinterSpring
GIS103 The Digital Earth 2    
GME161 Plane Surveying I 4    
MATH111 College Algebra 4    
WRI121 English Composition 3    
Total   13    
CE203 Engineering Graphics   3  
GIS105 Map and Compass/GPS   1  
GME175 Computations and Platting   4  
MATH112 Trigonometry   4  
WRI122 Argumentative Writing   3  
Total     15  
GME134 Geographic Information Systems     3
GME162 Plane Surveying II     4
MATH251 Differential Calculus     4
SPE111 Public Speaking     3
Total       14
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
GIS306 Geospatial Raster Analysis 4    
GME241 Boundary Law I 3    
MATH252 Integral Calculus 4    
PHY221 General Physics with Calculus 4    
Total   15    
GIS316 Geospatial Vector Analysis I   4  
GME242 Land Descriptions and Cadastre   3  
MATH254N Vector Calculus I   4  
PHY222 General Physics with Calculus   4  
Total     15  
GIS426 Geospatial Vector Analysis II     4
MATH361 Statistical Methods I     4
MIS275 Introduction to Relational Databases     3
Social Science elective     3
Total       14
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
GIS446 GIS Database Development 4    
MIS118 Programming Fundamentals 4    
MIS341 Relational Database Design I 4    
WRI227 Technical Report Writing 3    
Total   15    
GIS205 GIS Data Integration   2  
GIS332 Customizing the GIS Environment I   4  
MIS218 Database Programming   4  
SPE321 Small Group and Team Communication   3  
Math elective *   3  
Total     16  
BUS226 Business Law     3
GIS432 Customizing the GIS Environment II     4
MGT345 Engineering Economy     3
Social Science elective     3
Social Science elective     3
Total       16
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
GME425 Remote Sensing 4    
GME451 Geodesy 4    
WRI327 Advanced Technical Writing 3    
Humanities elective 3    
Social Science elective 3    
Total   17    
GIS456 GIS Web Services and Management   3  
GME452 Map Projections   3  
GME455 GNSS Surveying for GIS   4  
Humanities elective   3  
Science elective   4  
Total     17  
GME468 Geomatics Practicum     4
Business elective (upper-division) **     3
Humanities elective     3
Science elective     4
Total       14
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.

Total credits required for B.S. in Geomatics, Geographic Information Systems Option: 181

* Students must demonstrate advancement in educational content, courses must not be lower level than courses in the required curriculum. MATH 341 or MATH 362 recommended.
** BUS 304 or BUS 356 recommended.
Note: Humanities and Social Science electives must be approved by the department.