|Faculty:||Environment & Natural Resources
|Field of Study:||Cartography
|Description:||The economic growth of any country involves the development of natural resources, construction of large public works projects and the expansion of urban centres. This growth requires trained personnel to: locate and map physical features on the land, determine property boundaries for property titles, perform surveys to locate and build transportation systems, and lay out large industrial complexes such as refineries, dam sites, power, pipelines, and surface and underground mining operations.
|Cost per year:*||
Cost per credit is $223 (for Domestic students) and $747 (for International students). Tuition cap per semester is $2,167 (Domestic) and $7,260 (International). Additional fees apply.