Awarded and developed by: University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, US
The Bachelor of Science (Geographic Information Science) degree:
provides students with cutting-edge knowledge, skills, and abilities in using geospatial sciences, and this includes geographical information systems (GIS), remote sensing, locational analysis, and geographic visualization.
focuses on the theoretical foundations of geographical information science, the development and use of state-of-the-art software and emerging technology, and the collection, processing, and interpretation of geospatial information.
As the use of geospatial technology and GIS in society is widespread, demand for these skills in public and private sectors remains high and continues to grow, offering students diverse career opportunities.
UB’s Economics program integrates economic theory with applied topics, including finance, international trade, econometrics, education, growth and development, monetary economics, labor economics, urban and regional economics, industrial organization, and regulation.
Students will discuss matters relating to consumers and producers, market equilibrium, investment and savings, employment, money and banking, and government taxation and spending.
The departmental excellence with the Economics department in UB include economics of growth and development; industrial organization; international trade; crime and justice; uncertainty and information; urban economics; and applied econometrics.
The program provides comprehensive curriculum integrating economic theory with applied topics.