The part-time education in Geodesy follows the same academic curriculum as the full-time education in Geodesy. Students have 62 courses. The academic hours are 50% of those for the full-time education.
Graduates of the Degree Programme of Geodesy obtain diplomas for completed higher education at Master’s level and the qualification “Engineer-surveyor”.
The acquired qualification allows them to carry out a wide scope of activities in:
- geodetic, construction and transportation companies;
- design bureaus, research units and institutes;
- in the Cadastre Agency and its regional units;
- technical bureaus at the municipal councils, secondary and higher schools, etc.
The exact academic calendar is determined each year by the Academic Council of the University.