The field of study of geodesy and cartography is implemented, to a large extent, as broadly understood geomatics and includes surveying engineering, mining surveying, cartography and thematic visualization as presentation methods, displacements and deformations measurements, cadastral surveying, geodesy, satellite and radio positioning, photogrammetry, remote sensing, photointerpretation, geoinformation systems and real estate management.
Full-time studies – practical profile
ending with the award of the professional title of Bachelor of Engineering,
During the first-cycle studies, students are required to complete a six-month internship.
After the first-cycle studies
Graduates acquire knowledge in the field of geodesy and cartography and its branches, such as: surveying engineering, satellite positioning, navigation, photogrammetry and remote sensing, geoinformation systems, cadastre, real estate management, etc. They have skills to perform typical surveys and calculations, use modern geodetic equipment (GPS, electronic total stations), as well as knowledge of computer techniques with typical surveying software. They are prepared for work in the field of design and implementation of construction projects, geodetic investment service and are able to perform typical measurements and calculations concerning the area of geodesy. They can perform cadastral measurements and regulate the legal status of real estates. After completion of the first-cycle studies and appropriate internships, they can apply for a professional licence in a given field. They are prepared to undertake second-cycle studies.