As a graduate of the program, you have at your disposal a wide repertoire of foundational competencies relating to the discipline and its methodologies. These cover survey and remote sensing technologies, as well as geoinformation and spatial planning. You are able to document, analyze and visualize changes in the human environment. In the area of spatial informatics, you are able to apply specialist methods in order to solve problems. You possess sound knowledge of the collection, processing and visualization of precise geoinformation.
Within the context of the program, you acquire insight into the various areas of geodesy. You are familiar with the application of the relevant fundamental methods and instruments required for land and construction surveys, higher geodesy, photogrammetry, remote sensing, satellite geodesy, cartography and spatial informatics, as well as land and urban development.
Furthermore, you have developed a deepened understanding of spatial dynamics. Given the program's interdisciplinary approach, you also have a grasp of the legal context in which you conduct your activities. You are just as familiar with concepts of spatial planning as you are with assessing sites and properties and with land regulation measures in rural and urban settings.