Bachelor of Science (Geoinformatics)

by | Mar 4, 2019

Introduction

Geoinformatics is the art and science of gathering, processing, manipulating, managing, disseminating and applying geospatial data. The B.Sc. (Geoinformatics) programme is intended to produce professionals who are capable of using information technology (IT) to handle geospatial information for the economic, social and physical development of the country.

Since its inception, as many as 556 graduates had successfully completed this programme.

Laboratory Facilities

Besides being conducted by quali ed academic staff, this programme is also supported by the relevant equipments and facilities namely:

Laboratories:

  • Geographic Information System Laboratory I
  • Geographic Information System Laboratory II
  • Photogrammetry & Laser Scanning Laboratory
  • Digital & Interactive Cartography Laboratory
  • Basic Remote Sensing Laboratory
  • Advanced Remote Sensing Laboratory
  • SDI Research Laboratory
  • 3-D GIS Laboratory

Teaching and learning facilities :

  • Nine (9) smart classrooms
  • Two (2) seminar rooms
  • Two (2) lecture theatres
  • One (1) resource centre (Faculty Library)
  • Several lecture and tutorial rooms
  • Strong wireless connection (within the faculty area)

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