Teaching of remote sensing or earth observation sciences occurs at undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and research higher degree levels. All our research courses partner students with scientific, industry or government collaborators and enable career path development in these areas.

Undergraduate

Foundation courses (GEOM2000, 3001) and individual research topics (GEOS3400)  in earth observation sciences can be taken: B.Sc. B.A., B.Env.Mgmt. and B.Env.Sci. Degree programs. A major in Geographic Information Science can be obtained in the B.Sc. Honour programs offering a year long intensive research experience.

More information about these courses and enrolling can be found here.

Postgraduate Coursework

Foundation and individual research topics are offered through the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Coursework Geographic Information Science Degrees, P.G.Dip., M.GIS

More information about these courses and enrolling can be found here.

Research Higher Degree

These programs offer students a unique opportunity to intensively develop knowledge and skills in biophysical remote sensing, working collaboratively within RSRC’s research support group and directly linked to the science, government or industry career pathway they wish to follow. This program is at the core of RSRC and is a primary reason we are successful and have placed graduates in leading positions in EOS science, government or industry in Australia and worldwide.

More information about these courses and enrolling can be found here.


Current and completed student work is outlined here. Please contact Prof. Stuart Phinn if you are interested.