1. DEPARTMENT OF GEOMATICS AND SURVEYING

Geomatics is the integrated approach to measurement, analysis, and management of spatial data. Graduates are employed by government and private organisations in surveying and mapping positions, as well as other facets of collecting, analysing, and using spatial data. Geomatics has applications in all disciplines which depend on spatial data, including forestry, environmental studies, planning, engineering, navigation, geology, and geophysics. Students majoring in Geomatics focus on Surveying, Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry, Cartography, Geographic Information Systems, Property or Cadastral Studies and Global Positioning.

Bachelor of Science Honors Degree in Geomatics and Surveying (4 Years)

Normal Entry:
Passes in at least 5 subjects at Ordinary Level at grade C or better including English Language and Mathematics AND

At least 2 ‘A’ level passes in Mathematics and Physics and any other Science Subject

 

OR

Special Entry:

A National Diploma in Geomatics and Surveying or equivalent.