This masters’ programme focusses on issues relating to management, maintenance and optimisation of large (national) spatial databases for delivery of services. It is delivered over two years in part-time mode to suit mid-career professionals and further information is available at: http://www.dit.ie/spatialinformationmanagement
The modules completed are:
Semester 1 – Spatial Data Acquisition 1 (coordinate reference systems & GNSS), GI Science 1 (fundamentals), Project Management, Spatial Data Acquisition 2 (Remote Sensing)
Semester 2 – GI Management 1 (legal & data quality), Spatial Data Infrastructures, GI Science 2 (data analysis), Spatial Databases
Semester 3 – GI Management 2 (FME & Organisational Strategy), GI Case Studies, e-Government Service Provision, Research Skills
Semester 4 – Masters dissertation
Application Process: On line application system on DIT website (see url above). Entry Requirements: 2.2 in undergraduate degree, less is acceptable if significant relevant experience is available (normally assessed via interview process).
Next Student Intake: September 2015
I’m happy to announce that the date and venue for the 2015 Irish Earth Observation Symposium has been confirmed. The symposium is to be hosted by NUI Galway in the Aula Maxima in the Quadrangle building.
A formal call for submission will be follow shortly but for now keep the dates 21st -22nd October clear in your diary.
The organisers (Ryan inst) can be contacted at email@example.com