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University of Calgary Calendar 2018-2019 Schulich School of Engineering 4. Program Details 4.6 Geomatics Engineering
4.6 Geomatics Engineering
Admission

Refer to 3.1 Admissions.

Geomatics Engineering, Regular Program

Suggested Sequence of Courses

Courses shown in both terms may be taken in either term.

Second Year5

Fall Winter
Mathematics 375 or Applied Mathematics 307
Geomatics Engineering 319 Geomatics Engineering 327
Engineering 349 Geomatics Engineering 343
Geomatics Engineering 333 Geomatics Engineering 351
Physics 369 Geomatics Engineering 363

Two Complementary Studies Courses (6 units)1

Third Year

Fall Winter
Geomatics Engineering 4012 Engineering 407
Geomatics Engineering 419 Geomatics Engineering 423
Geomatics Engineering 421 Geomatics Engineering 431
Geomatics Engineering 435 Geomatics Engineering 455
Geomatics Engineering 443 or Geomatics Engineering 451 Geomatics Engineering 465

Complementary Studies Course (3 units)

Fourth Year

Summer

Geomatics Engineering 5013

Fall Winter

Geomatics Engineering 500 or Engineering 501/502 (6 units)4

Engineering 513

Six Technical Elective Courses (18 units)

Complementary Studies Course (3 units)

1 The complementary studies course Engineering 213 or Communications Studies 363 is a corequisite for third year course Geomatics Engineering 451 and a prerequisite for 3rd year course Geomatics Engineering 455. Students must complete the course during or before the Fall Term of their third year.

2 Any student who has not completed Geomatics Engineering 103 by Fall 2016 will be required to complete this replacement course instead.

3 Two week field camp normally held prior to the start of the Fall Term.

4 Fall and Winter.

5 Students who entered 2nd year Geomatics Engineering in Fall 2015 or earlier must also complete Applied Mathematics 309 or Mathematics 377.

Geomatics Engineering, Biomedical Engineering Specialization

Suggested Sequence of Courses

Courses shown in both terms may be taken in either term.

Second Year 6

Fall Winter
Mathematics 375 or Applied Mathematics 307
Geomatics Engineering 319 Geomatics Engineering 327
Engineering 349 Geomatics Engineering 343
Geomatics Engineering 333 Geomatics Engineering 351
Physics 369 Geomatics Engineering 363
Biomedical Engineering 301 Biomedical Engineering 309
Complementary Studies Course (3 units)

Third Year

Fall Winter
Geomatics Engineering 4012 Engineering 407
Geomatics Engineering 419 Geomatics Engineering 423
Geomatics Engineering 421 Geomatics Engineering 431
Geomatics Engineering 435 Geomatics Engineering 455
Geomatics Engineering 451 Geomatics Engineering 465
Complementary Studies Course (3 units) Biomedical Engineering 401

Fourth Year - Thesis Option

Summer

Geomatics Engineering 5013

Fall Winter

Geomatics Engineering 500 or Engineering 501/502 (6 units)4

Engineering 513

Geomatics Engineering Technical Elective Course (3 units)

Two Biomedical Engineering Technical Electives (6 units)

Biomedical Engineering 5005

Two Complementary Studies Courses (6 units)

Fourth Year - Project Option

Summer  

Geomatics Engineering 5013  

Fall Winter

Geomatics Engineering 500 or Engineering 501/502 (6 units)4

Engineering 513

Geomatics Engineering Technical Elective Course (3 units)

Two Biomedical Engineering Technical Electives (6 units)

Biomedical Engineering 501

Two Biomedical Engineering or Geomatics Engineering Technical Electives (6 units)

Two Complementary Studies Courses (6 units)

1The complementary studies course Engineering 213 or Communications Studies 363 is a corequisite for third year course Geomatics Engineering 451 and a prerequisite for 3rd year course Geomatics Engineering 455. Students must complete the course during or before the Fall Term of their third year.

2Any student who has not completed Geomatics Engineering 103 by Fall 2016 will be required to complete the replacement course instead.

3Two week field camp normally held prior to the start of the Fall Term.

4 Fall and Winter.

5 Nine units (three half-course equivalents).

6 Students who entered 2nd year Geomatics Engineering in Fall 2015 or earlier must also complete Applied Mathematics 309 or Mathematics 377.

Geomatics Engineering, Energy and Environment Specialization

Suggested Sequence of Courses

Courses shown in both terms may be taken in either term.

Second Year 5

Fall Winter
Mathematics 375 or Applied Mathematics 307
Geomatics Engineering 319 Geomatics Engineering 327
Engineering 349 Geomatics Engineering 343
Geomatics Engineering 333 Geomatics Engineering 351
Physics 369 Geomatics Engineering 363
Energy and Environment, Engineering 355 Engineering 311
Complementary Studies Course (3 units)

Third Year

Fall Winter
Geomatics Engineering 4012 Engineering 407
Geomatics Engineering 419 Geomatics Engineering 423
Geomatics Engineering 421 Geomatics Engineering 431
Geomatics Engineering 435 Geomatics Engineering 455
Geomatics Engineering 451 Geomatics Engineering 465
Energy Management 301  

Fourth Year

Summer  

Geomatics Engineering 5013  

Fall Winter

Geomatics Engineering 500 or Engineering 501/502  (6 units)4

Science 529  

Engineering 513

Geomatics Engineering Technical Elective Course (3 units)

Four Energy and Environment Technical Electives (12 units)

Two Complementary Studies Courses (6 units)

1 The complementary studies course Engineering 213 or Communications Studies 363 is a corequisite for third year course Geomatics Engineering 451 and a prerequisite for 3rd year course Geomatics Engineering 455. Students must complete the course during or before the Fall Term of their third year.

2 Any student who has not completed Geomatics Engineering 103 by Fall 2016 will be required to complete the replacement course instead.

3 Two week field camp normally held prior to the start of the Fall Term.

4 Fall and Winter.

5 Students who entered 2nd year Geomatics Engineering in Fall 2015 or earlier must also complete Applied Mathematics 309 or Mathematics 377.

BSc Geomatics Engineering/BComm Combined Degree Program

Suggested Sequence of Courses

Courses that span over two terms can be taken in either term.

Second Year

Fall

Winter

Mathematics 375 Geomatics Engineering 327
Geomatics Engineering 319 Geomatics Engineering 343
Physics 369 Geomatics Engineering 351
Geomatics Engineering 333 Geomatics Engineering 363
Management Studies 217 Accounting 217
Economics 201 Economics 203

Third Year

Fall

Winter

Engineering 349 Finance 317
Geomatics Engineering 435 Business Technology Management 317
Geomatics Engineering 419 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 317
Geomatics Engineering 421 Accounting 323
Management Studies 391 Business and Environment 395
Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources 317 One course (3 units) selected from Engineering 407, Geomatics Engineering 423, Geomatics Engineering 431, and Geomatics Engineering 455

Fourth Year

Fall   

Winter

Marketing 317 Three courses (9 units) selected from Engineering 407, Geomatics Engineering 423, Geomatics Engineering 431, and Geomatics Engineering 455
Operations Management 317 Geomatics Engineering 465
Management Studies 451 BComm Concentration course (3 units)
Management Studies 453 BComm Concentration course (3 units)
Geomatics Engineering 401  
Geomatics Engineering 451 or 443  

Fifth Year

Spring

Engineering 513

Summer

Geomatics Engineering 5011 (3 units)

Fall

Winter

Geomatics Engineering 500 or Engineering 501/502 (6 units)2

Geomatics Engineering Technical Elective Course (3 units) Geomatics Engineering Technical Elective Course (3 units)
Geomatics Engineering Technical Elective Course (3 units) Geomatics Engineering Technical Elective Course (3 units)
BComm Concentration course (3 units) BComm Concentration course (3 units)
BComm Concentration course (3 units) BComm Concentration course (3 units)
Strategy and Global Management 591 Engineering 481

1Two week field camp normally held prior to the start of the Fall Term.

2Fall and Winter.

Geomatics Engineering Approved Technical Electives

Select 18 units (six half-course equivalents).

Biomedical Engineering 509 Geomatics Engineering 563
Engineering 515 Geomatics Engineering 567
Geomatics Engineering 531 Geomatics Engineering 573
Geomatics Engineering 545 Geomatics Engineering 579
Geomatics Engineering 551 Geomatics Engineering 581
Geomatics Engineering 559 Geomatics Engineering 583
Geomatics Engineering 585

Notes:

1. A 400-level or higher technical course from the Faculty of Science or another engineering department may be substituted for a technical elective with permission of the Head of the Department of Geomatics Engineering.

2. Technical electives in the undergraduate program and all graduate courses are offered, in any academic year, at the discretion of the department.

3. Students who complete Geomatics Engineering 443 may request that Geomatics Engineering 451 be taken as a technical elective with permission of the Head of the Department.

Geomatics Engineering, 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 can acquire a Concentration in Cadastral Surveying by successfully completed the following courses:

  1. Geomatics Engineering 443: Geodetic and Engineering Surveys
  2. Geomatics Engineering 545: Hydrographic Surveying
  3. Geomatics Engineering 579: Survey Law and Practice
  4. Geomatics Engineering 581: Land Use Planning
  5. Business and Environment 395: Business Law for Strategic Decision-Makers
  6. One of:

Students who complete a BSc in Geomatics Engineering with a Concentration in Cadastral Surveying are eligible to obtain a Certificate of Completion of Academic Requirements for Professional Surveyors from the Canadian Board of Examiners for Professional Surveyors (CBEPS). For more information about CBEPS and professional registration of land surveyors refer to their website: cbeps-cceag.ca.