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Faculty Faculty of Applied Sciences (FAV)
Study programme Geomatics (B3602)
Branch of study Geomatics (3647R022/71 - 2017)
Level of acquired qualification Bachelor
Form of study Combined
Standard length of study 3 years
Number of ECTS credits 180
Qualification awarded Bachelor (Bc.)
Access to further studies Master study programme  
Type of completion Bachelor's Thesis Defense, State Final Exam
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students
Železný Miloš, Doc. Ing. Ph.D.
Email: zelezny@kky.zcu.cz
Phone: 37763 2004
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Key learning outcomes Undergraduates demonstrate knowledge and understanding of basic mathematical techniques (in calculus and analysis, linear algebra, discrete mathematics, probability and statistics, numerical methods), fundamentals of geomatics (surveying, photogrammetry, geographic information systems, cartography, cadastre and civil law) and fundamentals of information technologies and cybernetics (knowledge of computers and programming, fundamentals of cybernetics, financial informatics and analysis, basic system modeling). Undergraduates are further able to autonomously collect a spatial data using both traditional and up-to-date methods; process, store, administrate, update and visualize a spatial data; use geographic information systems, design and create basic and thematic large and middle scale maps ; autonomously perform surveying including interaction with cadastre of real estates; plan, process, analyze and evaluate a major project. Undergraduates have intermediate English language knowledge (min. Level B1 of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). Undergraduates are able to use information systems, professionally formulate a discourse regarding geomatics; write, orally present and defend a major project (bachelor thesis).
Specific admission requirements Stipulated grade average at secondary school
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning General Rules for the Recognition of Previous Studies
Qualification requirements and regulations 180 ECTS credits, Bachelor Thesis, Final State Examination
Profile of the programme This study programme is designed as an academic one. It consists of blocks of theoretical courses dealing with the field basic mathematical techniques and fundamentals of geomatics (surveying, photogrammetry, geographic information systems, cartography, cadastre and civil law). At the same time, it comprises a blocks of courses focusing on exploiting theoretical background in practice and on acquiring skills that the graduate can apply in surveying for geodesy and cadastre of real estates. This study programme is designed to equip the future graduate with theoretical background and skills necessary for study in a follow-up Master?s study programme Geomatics. Undergraduates will find job as workers designing and applying database systems, geographic information systems in cadastral offices, a public administration, in companies developing GIS and internet/web applications and in crisis management as data set providers and administrators.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples workers designing and applying database systems, geographic information systems in cadastral offices, a public administration, in companies developing GIS and internet/web applications and in crisis management as data set providers and administrators
Branch of study guarantor Novák Pavel, Prof. Ing. Ph.D.
Course list by year of study and semester
1. year 2. year 3. year
Winter Summer Winter Summer Winter Summer
KGM/UGEM (2)
KEE/ZBP (1)
KMA/LAA (5)
KMA/M1 (6)
KMA/DEG1 (5)
KIV/PPA1 (5)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 24
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 6
KMA/SMP (2)
KMA/SDP (2)
KMA/UMV (3)
KMA/JMM (2)
KMA/M2 (6)
KME/UMM (3)
KGM/TNG (3)
KFY/FYA1 (5)
KKY/ZKY (3)
KIV/PPA2 (5)
KGM/GE1 (4)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 29
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 1
KGM/PRJG2 (3)
KME/UBI (2)
KMA/DEG2 (4)
KMA/DMA (4)
KGM/MK1 (3)
KFY/FYA2 (5)
KGM/TOMA (5)
KMA/PSA (5)
KMA/G1 (4)
KGM/GE2 (4)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 26
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 4
KGM/PRJG3 (3)
KIV/PT (5)
UJP/AEP1 (4)
KME/MATL (2)
KMA/NM (5)
KGM/GENM (4)
KGM/UGI (4)
KPO/ZSP (5)
KPO/POPR (4)
UJP/AEP2 (4)
KGM/GE3 (4)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 30
The student can choose the courses from the following course offer beyond their study obligations.
KGM/PRJG4 (3)
KGM/TKA (4)
KGM/KN (5)
KGM/AVTG1 (3)
KGM/PRJG5 (5)
KGM/VP1 (3)
KGM/MAP (4)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 24
Student chooses optional courses so that the number of ECTS credits for optional courses totals: 6.
KGM/AVTG2 (5)
KMA/DG (5)
KGM/OBGE (0)
KGM/BPGE (12)
KGM/FGM (5)
KGM/BZGE (0)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 27
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 3
KMA/SDR (2)
Total 60 credits Total 60 credits Total 60 credits
Total 180 credits