College of Science and Technology

Bachelor of Science in Geomatics

The Bachelor of Science in Geomatics allows the student to understand and analyze data relevant to the shape, contour, gravitation, location, elevation, or dimension of land on or near the earth's surface. Maintenance of GIS systems, survey crew management, boundary and roadway design are all projects for a geomatics expert.

Careers

Civil Engineering Technician
Avionics Technician
RF Engineering Technician
Biomedical Electronic Technician
Electronics Technician, Radar

Earning Potential

Total incomes of graduates in geomatics may include managerial salary, bonuses and profit sharing. Location is the largest factor affecting pay followed by experience level. Salary Range: $45,000 to $71,500

 
Contact:
Peggy Fersner, Geomatics Coordinator
Price Hall 110 - Department of Built Environment
336-285-3126
fersner@ncat.edu