Core Abilities

For Undergraduate Students:
  1. Possess fundamental abilities in basic mathematics and basic science.
  2. Demonstrate professional proficiency in surveying engineering-related technologies.
  3. Exhibit professional proficiency in spatial information-related technologies.
  4. Have the capability to plan and design surveying engineering and spatial information projects.
  5. Possess skills in project management, effective communication, and teamwork.
  6. Demonstrate the ability to identify, analyze, and solve problems.
  7. Embrace a sense of professional ethics and social responsibility.
  8. Stay informed about current affairs and understand the impact of domestic and international technologies on environmental sustainability and society.
  9. Cultivate the habit and ability for continuous learning.

For Graduate Students:
In addition to the core competencies required at the undergraduate level, individuals should possess the following abilities:
  1. Proficiency in at least one of the following specific areas of expertise: (1) Geodetic Surveying and Error Theory, (2) Geographic Information Systems and Cartography, (3) Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.
  2. Ability to plan and conduct independent research projects.
  3. Proficiency in professional communication and writing skills.
  4. Capacity for innovative thinking and independent problem-solving.
  5. Ability to collaborate, integrate, and communicate across interdisciplinary boundaries.
  6. A strong international perspective.
  7. Leadership, management, and planning capabilities.
  8. A commitment to lifelong learning and self-improvement.