About this study area
In a world where everything is geolocated, a degree in spatial information at Australia’s leading university will keep you at the forefront of the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles and smart cities.
Develop sought-after skills in mapping and visualisation, geographic information systems (GIS), 3D computer visualisations, surveying and satellite image processing.
Gain valuable industry experience and be guided by academics who are leading research into disaster management, smart cities and mobility, land management, and surveying.
At Melbourne, we’ve designed a unique curriculum aligned with the top institutions of the world, ensuring you graduate with the ideal combination of advanced technical and professional skills valued by employers, and a higher level qualification that is recognised globally.
How to study spatial information at melbourne
Start with a three-year Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Design degree and choose the Spatial Systems major. Complete the two year Master of Engineering (Spatial) to become an accredited engineer. Or, complete any undergraduate degree at a recognised institution* to study a 2–3 year Master of Engineering (Spatial). If IT is your focus, choose the Master of Information Technology (Spatial).
*Any undergraduate degree from a recognised institution including the prerequisite subjects outlined on the course pages with a weighted average mark of at least H3 (65%), or equivalent.