For students interested in disciplines related to Imaging Science (Geography, Physics, Neuroscience, Math or Computer Science), the AMETHYST Program presents a great opportunity to advance your education by offering funded internships, annual workshops and direct interaction with internationally renowned scientists involved in imaging science. For more information, please contact us!
Majors offered by the University of Lethbridge utilizing Imaging Science:
B.Sc. in Remote Sensing
This is a multidisciplinary major combining the Department of Geography and the Department of Physics, and the University of Lethbridge is the only institution to offer this degree in Canada. The program is structured to provide a firm theoretical, experimental, and applied background in remote sensing. The Multidisciplinary Major provides a strong basis for further study at the graduate level in related fields, while also providing training in areas of employment opportunity from GIS to astrophysics. Further details on potential career opportunities can be obtained from www.uleth.ca/artsci/geo/careers.html and www.uleth.ca/artsci/phy/careers.html.
Remote Sensing Program Planning Guide: B.Sc._RemoteSensing.
B.Sc. in Geography
The Department offers instruction leading to a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree with a major in Geography. Students may also choose Geography as one of their majors for a BASc. degree. The Department also offers M.A., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degree programs in Geography and Archaeology.
Geography Program Planning Guide: B.Sc._Geography.
B.Sc. in Physics
The University of Lethbridge Physics and Astronomy Department offers a comprehensive Physics major program. The foundation is built in the first two years by a study of mechanics, waves, electricity and magnetism, optics, thermal physics, and modern physics. In the third and fourth years, students deepen their understanding of the fundamentals, and study more advanced and specialized areas. Students have the benefit of relatively small classes and easy access to faculty. Students also have the opportunity to participate in the active research programs of the Faculty members through Independent Studies, Applied Studies, the Co-op program, and summer employment.
Physics Program Planning Guide: B.Sc._Physics.
B.Sc. in Neuroscience
The Faculty of Arts and Science offers instruction leading to a Bachelor of Science with a multidisciplinary major in Neuroscience. The program provides background for a diverse range of post-graduate activities and is a popular area of study for students who wish to gain entry into graduate programs in Medicine, Dentistry, and other professional programs related to medical science. Core courses are offered by the Departments of Neuroscience and Psychology but the major also draws on both science and arts courses from across the Faculty.
Neuroscience Program Planning Guide: B.Sc._Neuroscience.