Explore the study of spatial patterns of physical and human phenomena at local, national and global scales.
Blending theory with real-world experience, you’ll learn to apply geographical information science (GIS) software and remote-sensing technologies for data analysis, data modelling and developing map visualisations.
We broaden your critical thinking and teach you how to apply advanced GIS techniques to solve key environmental, societal or planning issues facing today’s modern world.
In your final year, you’ll undertake your own independent research project under the guidance of an academic supervisor and present your findings to the scientific community.
Deepen your scientific expertise by combining your specialisation with a major or minors from a wide range of science disciplines. Or broaden your skill set even further by choosing from 46 minors in other study areas, including languages, communication, design and economics.
With an advanced science qualification, you’ll be equipped to pursue a broad range of career opportunities, including roles in natural resource management, national parks and wildlife conservation.
Alternatively, kickstart your career in research by progressing into a higher degree by research, such as a PhD.