|*||cadastral surveying *(Additional study is required after graduation)|| measuring and defining land ownership boundaries||*|| engineering and mining surveying || spatial control for projects such as roads and bridges||*|| spatial information systems || computer management of spatial information||*|| photogrammetry and remote sensing|| mapping and data analysis from aircraft and near-earth satellites||*|| geodetic surveying|| using terrestrial and/or satellite data for positioning||*|| hydrographic surveying *(Additional study is required after graduation)|| measuring and mapping in a marine environment|
|*|| an understanding of the scientific principles underlying the spatial information sciences;||*|| a knowledge of the way in which these principles are implemented in current surveying and mapping technology; ||*|| appropriate scientific analysis, problem solving and design skills;||*|| appropriate communication skills; ||*|| a general knowledge of associated disciplines that will facilitate communication and professional interaction; and ||*|| an appreciation of the professional standards and practices of relevant professional institutions. |
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