Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Surveying)
Why choose Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Surveying)?
Surveyors are experts in the measurement, management, analysis and display of spatial information describing the Earth and its physical features. From mapping oceans to high-tech remote sensing, there are many exciting fields to choose from including mapping from space, aircraft, the ground, and boats. You will have the opportunity to work in locations all over the world using the latest technology including satellites and sophisticated computer systems.
Why study with us?
This degree is is unique in its emphasis of both urban engineering studies and cadastral surveying.
What you will study
This degree combines practical laboratory field exercises and theoretical studies. You will have access to modern electronic surveying equipment and in your final year of study undertake an industry project.
You will be involved in the collection, manipulation, storage and sharing of spatial data, in relation to the built and natural environment and in a variety of industries. Graduates become professional surveyors in consultancies and private practice, mining industries, and government organisations. There are career opportunities in environmental management, spatial data systems, mapping and photogrammetry, satellite imagery and surveying and hydrographic studies