Master degree programme
in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation
For whom is this programme relevant?
This 12-month programme (77 credits) leading to a Master degree in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation is designed for young and mid-career professionals and managers with overall responsibility for projects in the relevant fields of interest.
What will you learn?
The programme focuses on the application of appropriate existing tools in the planning and execution of problem-driven projects.
What is the programme structure?
The Master programme consists of three distinct blocks.
|1||1-3||GI science and earth observation: a process-based approach|
Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Earth Observation (EO), relation to 'System Earth' and the user
|2||4-12||Application of geo-information science and earth observation in the field of interest|
Learning in the domain
|3||13-15||Individual final assignment|
Individual project leading to a report
A programme based on coursework
The Master degree programme is based on coursework. The individual final assignment at the end of the Master programme involves working on practical applications related to the chosen field of interest. In this project, participants can demonstrate proficiency in applying the methods and techniques addressed throughout the programme to specific problems encountered in professional practice.
Course in the Master degree programme
One course is offered in the Master degree programme in Geo-information Science and Earth Observation: