There is a growing demand for engineers and scientists to turn the exponential growth of geo-referenced information into knowledge and applications. The world is increasingly filling with interconnected computing and sensing devices creating a dynamic web of information where location and time matter. The geospatial computing sciences program (GSCS) at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC) is advancing the frontiers in the capture, integration, analysis, and application of geospatial data.
TAMU-CC will be the premier institution in the United States for geospatial computing focusing on geospatial sensing and analytics, mobile computing and unmanned systems. Our program will be recognized as a leader of excellence and innovation in the science and engineering of geospatial computing and its applications for the betterment of Texas, its workforce, and the global society.
The Geospatial Computing Sciences Ph.D. Program will: