In the degree program B.Sc. Geodesy and Geo-Information students learn to gather, analyze, and visualize changes in our environment as humans. It teaches fundamental methods and instruments required for land and construction surveys, higher geodesy, photogrammetry, remote sensing, satellite geodesy, cartography and spatial informatics, land and urban development. Geodesists describe, order, and register human habitats according to particular characteristics, and also contribute to shaping and changing these habitats.
This full-time program of six semesters (180 ECTS) is taught in German.
Further details on the program can be found on the program's website.