Bachelor of Science in Geomatics Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Specialization (BMES)
This unique, faculty-wide program integrates the study of complex living systems with engineering principles. Students learn how to apply these traditional principles and analysis to human health and medicine.
Energy and Environment Specialization (ENEE)
This program is the first of its kind in Canada. Students learn about the direct and indirect impact energy-related activities have on the environment and how to understand, avoid, reduce and solve potential problems.
Concentration in Cadastral Surveying
The concentration in cadastral surveying is for students who have in interest in pursuing a career as a professional land surveyor. Students in the concentration take technical electives in geodetic and engineering surveys, survey law, land use planning, hydrographic surveying, and business where they learn the skills required for determining property boundaries and the measurement and analysis of land related information.
Map your Geomatics career
Wondering which electives to choose? Learn more about careers in Geomatics, and see what core courses and technical electives can help you get there.