The Drone Ground School course provides students with a solid foundation in drone operations, augmented by experiential field-based opportunities, for aspiring drone pilots endeavoring to pass their Transport Canada Basic RPAS exam. Students will develop their knowledge of ground school concepts with a focus on regulations and procedures governing legal drone operations to empower competent, confident, and safe operators.

The aim of this course is to combine vector and raster GIS data and new remotely sensed data source: LiDAR with geospatial tools to make spatial decisions. Students will master basic skills of LiDAR needed to leverage the commercial LiDAR sources and information products in a broad range of applications, including vegetation characterization, 3D modeling of urban infrastructure, volumetric analysis for underground parking garage excavation and wetland boundary delineation.


The Drone Ground School course provides students with a solid foundation in drone operations, augmented by experiential field-based opportunities, for aspiring drone pilots endeavoring to pass their Transport Canada Basic RPAS exam. Students will develop their knowledge of ground school concepts with a focus on regulations and procedures governing legal drone operations to empower competent, confident, and safe operators.

Information site for AESP students.

This site provides  information about SEG's GIS programs for students

Math 190 is an introductory applied statistics course for environment and geomatics students. Topics include: types of data, descriptive statistics, probability and random variables, discrete probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, confidence intervals, sample size, and hypothesis testing. - See more at: http://selkirk.ca/courses/math190#sthash.B5PIKZm8.dpuf

Math 190 is an introductory applied statistics course for environment and geomatics students. Topics include: types of data, descriptive statistics, probability and random variables, discrete probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, confidence intervals, sample size, and hypothesis testing. - See more at: http://selkirk.ca/courses/math190#sthash.B5PIKZm8.dpuf

This site if for returning second year Recreation Fish and Wildlife students. It provides some useful links to important College resources, and student instructor forums.

This site is for incoming first year Forestry, Integrated Environmental Planning, and Recreation, Fish and Wildlife students. It provides some useful introductions to instructors, documents, and links to important College resources.