This programme offers expert understanding of the latest developments in geographical information science (GIS), mixing practical training, theoretical knowledge and an ability to apply learned skills in any software environment.
If you have just graduated, or are still studying for your degree in design, you may be wondering just what kind of jobs you will end up with. If this is the case, then this guide is for you.
Design students are lively and full of ideas. They are likely to watch movie credits with interest and a critical eye, own Apple products and laugh at people who use comic sans and they also typically have a range of skills that are highly valued in the graduate jobs market.
The skills that design graduates are likely to have to offer include:
logical thinking and problem-solving
research and editorial skills
presentation and other communication skills
hands-on project management
software skills. Other possibilities include:
film and television production
editorial roles in printed media
product and packaging design
Plenty of design students have taken the subject in different directions. Consider these examples:
an eye for detail.
Obvious career options for design graduates include web design, interactive media and video editing.
This programme can be tailored to your interests and career goals, offering hands-on experience in geographical problem solving. A field trip to Perthshire focuses on techniques for capturing geospatial information. Career opportunities Demand for GIS expertise is growing at an unprecedented rate. The proven ability of our graduates means our internationally recognised programme is held in high regard by employers. I want to find another Master Course Graduates work worldwide in public and private sector organisations, such as Microsoft, Google, General Electric Aerospace, The World Bank, British Antarctic Survey, The World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Unisys, British Airways, the Forestry Commission, DEFRA and Registers of Scotland.
Programme Structure Courses Included: Introduction To Spatial Analysis Spatial Modelling Research Practice and Project Planning Distributed GIS GeoVisualisation Dissertation Atmospheric Quality and Global Change Fundamentals for Remote Sensing Object Oriented Software Engineering Principles Object Orientated Software Engineering: Spatial Algorithms Principles of GIS Principles of GIS for Archaeologists Principles of Environmental Sustainability Sustainable Energy Technologies Marine Systems and Policies Technologies for Sustainable Energy Introduction to 3D Climate Modelling Geology for Earth Resources Encountering Cities Soil Protection and Management Understanding Environment and Development Advanced Spatial Database Methods Data Integration and Exchange
English Entry Requirement
The University of Edinburgh
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