POSTGRADUATE MASTER PROGRAMME BY COURSEWORK

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Master of Science (Geomatics Engineering)

The Master of Science (Geomatics Engineering) course consists of 6 core courses, 3 elective courses and 1 University course. In addition to these subjects, students are required to submit a Master Project worth of 8 credits. To graduate, students must complete a total of 45 credits and they are assessed through assignments, presentations and final examination.

Master of Science (Remote Sensing)

The Master of Science (Remote Sensing) course consists of 7 core courses, 2 elective courses and 1 University course. In addition to these subjects, students are required to submit a Master Project worth of 8 credits. To graduate, students must complete a total 45 credits and they are assessed through assignments, presentations and final examination.

Master of Science (Geoinformatics)

The Master of Science (Geoinformatics) course consists of 6 core courses, 3 elective courses and 1 University course. In addition to these subjects, students are required to submit a Master Project worth of 8 credits. To graduate, students must complete a total 45 credits and they are assessed through assignments, presentations and final examination.

Master of Science (Real Estate)

The Master of Science (Real Estate) course consists of 5 core courses, 4 elective courses and 1 University course., In addition to these subjects students are required to submit a Master Project worth of 6 credits. To graduate, students must complete a total 45 credits and they are assessed through assignments, presentations and final examination.

Master of Science (Land Administration and Development)

The Master of Science (Land Administration and Development) course consists of 5 core courses, 4 elective courses and 1 University course. In addition to these subjects, students are required to submit a Master Project worth of 8 credits. To graduate, students must complete a total 46 credits and they are assessed through assignments, presentations and final examination.

Master of Assets Facilities Management

The Master of Assets and Facilities Management course consists of 5 core courses, 5 elective courses and 1 University course. In addition to these subjects, students are required to submit a Master Project worth of 8 credits. To graduate, students must complete a total 46 credits and they are assessed through assignments, presentations and final examination