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Master of Geographic Information Technology (536AA) // Attributes, outcomes and skills

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Intended learning outcomes

This course has as its objectives that graduates should:

  • Have a sound fundamental understanding of the principles and technology of spatial information
  • Possess a solid knowledge base of spatial information to facilitate effective communication with professionals of their own and other disciplines
  • Have acquired the mathematical and computational skills necessary for the solution of practical problems for further professional development and for meeting future changes in technology
  • Have verbal and written communication skills that enable them to make a meaningful contribution to the changes facing our society
  • Have developed professional ethics and responsibility towards the profession and the community

Graduate attributes

The Melbourne School of Engineering closely maps subject level attributes and knowledge to align with the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), whilst also aligning with Attributes of the University of Melbourne Graduate, Engineers Australia competencies and its own School attributes.