Digital data can be used for a variety of purposes:
- to monitor change for conservation and management
- to investigate and analyse features
- for reconstruction purposes
- to visualise and present the past
- providing new ways of engaging with the public
- providing access to remote sites or inaccessible collections that are otherwise difficult to reach
This new Masters programme will give you direct hands-on experience of current technologies used for acquisition of data and the manipulation, presentation, and analysis of data captured at all scales.
You’ll benefit from direct access to a wide variety of case studies and will have the potential opportunity to participate in a variety of international research projects. We work in the heart of Yorkshire, around the globe and under the sea – these landscapes underpin the MSc.