In your first year, you will study the fundamentals of surveying, gaining skills in measurement science, cartography, geographic information systems (GIS) and spatial thinking. Other required skills in mathematics, statistics, and physics are also covered.
Years 2 and 3
In your second and third years, you will study more specialised subjects in geodesy, map projections, spatial analysis, remote sensing, image analysis, and professional practice.
Specialised studies in cadastral and engineering surveying, GPS, and advanced adjustment methods are central components of the degree.
Minor options include:
- Civil Engineering
- Environmental Geospatial Science
- Planning and Urban Design
- Space Science.
You will also participate in a field camp to reinforce theoretical learning and allow you to exercise your knowledge of real-world problems.
In your final year, you will carry out a capstone research project that is industry approved and reflects current best practice.