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Geodesy and Cartography - description in the field of the study

Studies in the field of Geodesy and Cartography provide the candidate with knowledge and skills in the area of technical sciences related to geodesy and cartography.
The offered courses enable the candidate to gradually develop his/her skills in the area of geodesy and cartography. The curriculum includes general and introductory courses offering both theoretical knowledge and practical instruction. The curriculum combines the following courses: specialist courses - modeling the future surveyor's profile (geodesy, cartography, photogrammetry and remote sensing, spatial information systems, real estate management), occupational training courses - preparing the graduate to perform specialist services in the area of surveying, real estate management and real estate valuation. The curriculum includes facultative courses providing students with the freedom of individually planning their educational program. Every student is required to undergo vocational training and submit a diploma thesis.
Studies in the field of Geodesy and Cartography comprise a two-stage process. The engineer’s degree program (7 semesters) provides the student with rudimentary knowledge of geodesy and cartography. The student is entitled to choose one of the two areas of specialization: geodesy and geoinformatics or geodesy and real estate valuation. The master's degree program (3 semesters) provides the graduate with advanced knowledge in a selected field of geodesy and cartography. The graduate is entitled to select one of the eight areas of specialization in Polish: Business Surveying, Geodesy and Real Estate Valuation, Geodesy and Satellite Navigation, Engineering Geodesy, Geodesy and Information Technology and the Real Estate Cadastre; in English:  Geoinformatics, Geodesy and Satellite Navigation.
Upon the completion of the relevant vocational training, the graduate is entitled to apply for a professional license of surveyor, map compiler or real estate appraiser.
Studies in the field of Geodesy and Cartography prepare the graduate for employment in surveying companies as well as in central and local administration units.

Geodesy and Satellite Navigation - M.Sc studies (3 semesters)

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Geoinformatics - M.Sc studies (3 semesters)

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Land Management – description in the field of the study

Studies in the field of Land Management provide the candidate with interdisciplinary knowledge and skills in the area of spatial organization of social and economic development and the economic, natural, social and technical aspects of that process.
The offered courses enable the candidate to gradually develop his/her skills in the area of spatial management. The curriculum includes general and introductory courses offering both theoretical knowledge and practical instruction. The curriculum combines the following courses: specialist courses - modeling the graduate's profile (fundamentals of spatial management, social, cultural, natural and legal aspects of spatial management, spatial planning, urban planning, urban and regional economics, spatial information systems, real estate management, revitalization of urban areas), occupational training courses - preparing the graduate to perform specialist services in the area of spatial management (assessment and valuation of space, landscape planning, regional policy, rural area planning, real estate market). The curriculum includes facultative courses providing students with the freedom of individually planning their educational program. Every student is required to undergo vocational training and submit a diploma thesis.
Studies in the field of Land Management comprise a two-stage process. The engineer’s degree program (7 semesters) provides the student with rudimentary knowledge of spatial management. The student is entitled to choose one of the three areas of specialization: Real Estate Consulting, Planning and Spatial Engineering and Land Management.
The master's degree program (3 semesters) provides the graduate with advanced knowledge in a selected field of land management. The graduate is entitled to select one of the four areas of specialization in Polish: Real Estate Management or Spatial, Spatial Management and Real Estate Management and Development; in English:  Modern Real Estate Management.
Upon the completion of the relevant vocational training, the graduate of second-degree studies is entitled to apply for a professional license of real estate appraiser or real estate manager.
Studies in the field of Land Management prepare the graduate for employment in central and local administration units, design companies, development agencies, real estate agencies, and consulting companies.

Modern Real Estate Management - M.Sc studies (3 semesters)

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