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Faculty Faculty of Applied Sciences (FAV)
Study programme Geomatics (N3602)
Branch of study Geomatics (3602T003/01 - 2015)
Level of acquired qualification Postgraduate Master
Form of study Full-time
Standard length of study 2 years
Number of ECTS credits 120
Qualification awarded Engineer (Ing.)
Access to further studies Doctoral study programme  
Type of completion Master'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 Graduates demonstrate knowledge and creativeness in many branches of science such as geodesy, photogrammetry and remote sensing, cartography, adjustment calculus, navigation systems, databases, geometry, geographic information systems and spatial analysis, geoinformation visualization, cadastre and civil law. Graduates have advanced English language knowledge (min. Level B2 of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) or advanced English language knowledge (min. level B1) and basic knowledge of other world language (min. level A1). Graduates are able to collect and process a spatial data using up-to-date methods, crate maps (mainly digital) with advanced usage of the geographic information systems and/or are able to create maps and depict a territory in space and time and solve complex problems of land planning and development and create basic and thematic maps and are able to find one's bearing in legal and technological aspect of the cadastre of real estates and using the cadastre of real estates as multi-purpose data source especially as fundamental layer of all information systems requiring a piece-of-land level of details. Graduates are futher able to plan, process, analyze and evaluate a major project (diploma thesis). Graduates are able to design and use information systems, critically evaluate methods of collecting and processing spatial data with respect to their purpose; professionally formulate a discourse regarding geomatics, apply knowledge of analytical and differential geometry when solving practical problems; write and orally present and defend a major project (diploma thesis).
Specific admission requirements Stipulated grade average at university or passing an entrance examination
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning General Rules for the Recognition of Previous Studies
Qualification requirements and regulations According to the regulation no. 31/1995 Collection of Law, of the Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre, the graduates can obtain an license according to article 13 paragraph 1 a), b) and c) of the statute no. 200/1994 Collection of Law.
Profile of the programme This study programme is designed as an academic one. Graduates are able to collect and process a spatial data using up-to-date methods, crate maps with advanced usage of the geographic information systems, able to create maps and depict a territory in space and time and solve complex problems of land planning and development and create basic and thematic maps and are able to find one?s bearing in legal and technological aspect of the cadastre of real estates and using the cadastre of real estates as multi-purpose data source especially as fundamental layer of all information systems requiring a piece-of-land level of details. Graduates will find a job as an executive staff in cadastral offices, land survey companies, a public administration, designers and executives in companies developing GIS and internet/web applications and in crisis management.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples executive staff in cadastral offices, land survey companies, a public administration, designers and executives in companies developing GIS and internet/web applications and in crisis management
Branch of study guarantor Čada Václav, Doc. Ing. CSc.
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