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Courses Handbook 2018

This handbook contains information for courses and units at Curtin in 2018.
Information for the previous year's courses and units is available at Courses Handbook 2017.

Results for search "area: Spatial Sciences"

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MINE3002Advanced Mine SurveyingDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT3002Advanced PhotogrammetryDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT2006Applications of Global Positioning SystemsDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT2012Applied CartographyDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT4004Applied Geodetic SurveyingDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SURV4000Cadastral SurveyingDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT2002Coordinate and Mapping SystemsDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT7000Doctoral Thesis - Spatial SciencesDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT2003Engineering SurveyingDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT2009Geographic Information AnalysisDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT5002Geographic Information AnalysisDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT4010Geographic Information ScienceDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT6007Geographic Information ScienceDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT1007Geographic Information SystemsDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT5006Geographic Information SystemsDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT2005Geographic Information Systems ProgrammingDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT5001Geographic Information Systems ProgrammingDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT6003Geospatial AnalysisDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT3007Geospatial AnalysisDepartment of Spatial Sciences
SPAT1004Geospatial MappingDepartment of Spatial Sciences


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