Bachelor of Engineering Honours in Surveying 3707
About the Program
UAC CODE: 425500
Program Code: 3707
Min Duration: 4 Years
Semester 2 Entry: Yes
Assumed Knowledge: HSC Mathematics Extension 1, Physics
Program Outline: View Program Outline
What is Surveying?
The undergraduate degree leads to registration in NSW as a cadastral or mining surveyor, with focus on legal boundaries, land management and town planning, with options for transport, construction and water engineering. Major studies include surveying and geospatial engineering for land development and management, land law, engineering and mining surveying, offshore and hydrographic surveying, photogrammetry and remote sensing, precise GPS surveying and navigation, and the preparation of maps and other digital products.
You could work in land development and planning, cadastral surveying, hydrographic surveying, engineering and mining surveying, precise measurement and positioning, cartography, environmental monitoring and in a variety of geospatial IT industries.
The degree of BE in Surveying is recognised by the Board of Surveying and Spatial Information of New South Wales as meeting the requirements for entry as a candidate to become a Registered Surveyor. The degree is also recognised by the Institution of Surveyors (New South Wales Inc), the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute, and Engineers Australia, for admission as corporate members.
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Program Structure - Surveying Systems Stream
A typical program sequence is shown below:
Mathematics, Physics, Engineering Computing, Engineering Design, Surveying and GIS, electives
Surveying and Geospatial Technology, Surveying Computations, Engineering Mathematics, Prinicples of Water Engineering, Geodesy & Geospatial reference frames, Engineering Computations, General Education
Sustainable Transport or Soil Mechanics, Water resource Engineering, Geospatial Information Systems, Cadastral Surveying and Land Law, Surveying applications and Design, Surveying field projects, remote sensing, Geodetic Positioning and applications
Thesis, Design Practice, Engineering operations and control, Professional electives, General Education