The master's degree in Remote Sensing and GIS is addressed to graduates interested in the foundations and applications of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems (GIS).
The ideal student profile corresponds to graduates in Geography, Biology, Environmental Sciences, Geology, Geodesy, Topography, Agricultural Engineering or in other disciplines related to environmental and land management, as well as Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Telecommunications, Computer Science and other similar qualifications.
You should be motivated and driven to gain new knowledge as well as have the ability to organise your work and plan ahead.
A good level of English is recommended (Level B1) to be able to follow texts and books included in the bibliographies.
Credits: 60 ECTS credits
5.340 €, including administration fees and school insurance (2014-2015 fees).
Language: Catalan (80%) and Spanish (20%)
Coordinator university: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Muslims Engaging the Other and the Humanum
Call unto to the path of your Lord with wisdom, and good counsel, and engage them by those means which are the finest.'(Q. 16:125)
How do Muslims engage the religious other  in a world that increasingly defies geographical, political, religious and ideological boundaries? This is a world where the âenemyâ is often the internal self (e.g., the Saudi/Iranian/Sudanese regime or the Shi'ite/Qadiani/modernists) and the asylum provider the external other (Christian relief organizations, Amnesty International / your non-Muslim neighbor, etc). How do Muslims respond when we come face to face with the humanum, the essentially human, and its manifestation in lives of a tireless quest for compassion and commitment to justice that the other may lead? How do the various forms of engagement with the other facilitate or…