Just as its name indicates, geoinformatics connects two apparently remote scientific fields – geography and informatics. Upon graduation you will become an expert in gaining and processing of digital geographic data and you will understand the global positional and navigation systems, the most famous of which you know under the acronym GPS. You will also become familiar with geographic information systems (GIS) or the problematics of Earth scanning from satellites (DPZ). The Geoinformatics course will teach you to not only work with modern applications, but also to develop them independently. You will be able to present spacial and other analyses on maps and the web. After obtaining your degree, doors will open not only in the civil service, but also in the private sector in positions such as Developer of Web Map Applications, Database Specialist, Administrator of Communication and Information Technologies or Expert on Collection and Distribution of Geodata.