You will benefit from an extensive range of practical learning experiences which are based on industry standard software and hardware, the same tools you will find in the workplace to reinforce your theoretical learning.
You will have ample opportunities to develop skills and experience with these tools, including 3D processing and modelling, Digital Twins, cloud-based data sharing and analysis, virtual and augmented reality, LiDAR sensing, global navigation satellite systems, spatial scan systems, geographic information systems (GIS), eye tracking, and drones.
You will learn through a mix of teaching approaches including, lectures, lectorials, seminars, tutorials, workshops, practical and laboratory sessions and site visits, using face-to-face, online, and other flexible delivery mechanisms.
Ongoing assessments throughout the semester may include tests, quizzes, essays, reports, presentations, projects, and assignments.
Learning support for students includes a first-year transition program, academic staff and a strong Geospatial Science Student Association.