MSc Applied Geoinformatics
Geoinformatics is considered the methodology based on concepts from Geographic Information Science, implemented in Geographic Information Systems. “GIS” today are widely used as tools in all domains and disciplines based on geospatial information: Ecology and Conservation, Surveying and Mapping, Agriculture and Forestry, Planning and Zoning, Geology and Resource Management, Risk and Disaster Management, Local Government and many others. This study program in Geoinformatics qualifies graduates to join a growing field at the intersection of digital technologies and spatial sciences. ‘Everything that happens, happens somewhere‘ – location is vital for managing societies, environments and economies. The concepts of Digital Earth connect the real and virtual worlds through the ‘Power of Where‘, offering access to stimulating and attractive professions in today’s Information Society!