Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering

Bachelor of Science in

Geodetic Engineering

The Bachelor of Science in Geodic Engineering (BSGE) deal with the collection and measurement of spatial data above, on, or below the surface of the earth using appropriate technologies and the scientific and methodological processing and management of these data for the production of spatial information systems, maps, plans, charts, and other documents.

Program Educational Objectives

The graduates of Geodetic Engineering program shall:

1 Be effective in Engineering design and the practical application of engineering theory in accordance with high standards of ethics;Competent and equipped with research-based knowledge
2 Be effective in communication skills and exhibits teamwork;Collaborative and with leadership skills
3 Be successfully employed or accepted into graduate programs and serve their communities, whether locally, nationally, or globally; andLife-long learner
4 Be successful designer, manager, planner, and or entrepreneur in the practice of civil engineering profession serving local international or global communities.Ethical, critical thinker, problem solver, creative, and innovative
  • Program Outcomes
    • Knowledgeable of mathematics , physical sciences, and engineering sciences to the practice of geodic engineering;
    • Design and conduct experiments to test hypotheses and verify assumptions, as well as to organize, analyze and interpret data, draw valid conclusions, and develop mathematical models for processes;
    • Design, improve, innovate, and to supervise systems, or procedures to meet desired needs within realistic constraints, in accordance to standards;
    • Work effectively in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams in diverse fields in practice;
    • Identify, formulate, and solve geodic engineering problems;
    • Understand professional, social, and ethical responsibility;
    • Communicate effectively through oral, written, print, and other media;
    • Understand the effects and impact of the geodic engineering profession in the environment and the society;
    • Engage in life-long learning and to keep current of the developments in a specific field of specialization;
    • Know contemporary issues;
    • Use the appropriate techniques, skills and tools necessary for the practice of geodic engineering;
    • Know and understand engineering and management principles as a member and leader of a team, and manage projects in a multidisciplinary environment; and
    • Understand at least one focus area of geodic engineering practice and apply such knowledge to provide solutions to actual problems.
  • Curriculum

    1st Year • 1st Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Chemistry for Engineers (lab)1
    Chemistry for Engineers (lec)3
    Computer Fundamentals and Prog 11
    Engineering Drawing and Plans1
    English Enhancement Course3
    The University and I2
    Mathematics in the Modern World3
    Algebra and Trigonometry2
    Analytic Geometry w Solid Mensuration2
    Naval Res Officer Trng Course 13
    National Service Training Program 13
    Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 12
    Science, Technology and Society3

    1st Year • 2nd Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Purposive Communication3
    Computer Fundamentals and Prog 21
    Engineering Economy3
    The Family2
    Calculus 1 (Differential Calculus)3
    Engineering Data Analysis3
    Naval Res Officer Trng Course 23
    National Service Training Program 23
    Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 22
    Physics for Engineers (lab)1
    Physics for Engineers (Calculus-Based)3
    Understanding the Self3

    2nd Year • 1st Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Computer Aided Drafting1
    Cartography (lec)1
    Cartography (lab)2
    Introduction to the Laws on Private2
    Calculus 2 (Integral Calculus)3
    Engineering Mechanics3
    Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 32
    Environmental Science and Engineering3
    Readings in Philippine History3
    General Surveying 1 (lab)1
    General Surveying (lec)2

    2nd Year • 2nd Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Art Appreciation3
    Land Registration Laws3
    Differential Equations3
    Physical Activities Toward Health and Fitness 42
    Remote Sensing (lec)2
    Remote Sensing (lab)2
    Safety Management1
    The Contemporary World3
    Practical Astronomy (lec)2
    General Surveying 2 (lab)2

    3rd Year • 1st Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Panitikang Filipino3
    Principles of Geology3
    Geometric Geodesy3
    Theory of Errors and Adjustments3
    Engineering Management2
    Rizal's Life, Works and Writings3
    Engineering Surveying (lec)2
    Engineering Surveying (lab)2
    Geodic Computation & Adjustment (lec)2
    Geodic Computation & Adjustment (lab)2

    3rd Year • 2nd Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Physical Geodesy3
    Public Land Laws & Laws on Nat. Resources3
    Photogrammetry (lec)2
    Photogrammetry (lab)2
    Hydrographic Surveying (lab)1
    Hydrographic Surveying (lec)2
    Geodetic Surveying (lec)2
    Geodetic Surveying (lab)2

    3rd Year • Summer

    Course NameUnits
    GE Immersion/OJT (On-Job-Training) lec1
    GE Immersion/OJT (On-Job-Training) Practicum1
    Survey Camp1

    4th Year • 1st Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Academic Writing3
    Satellite Geodesy3
    Review GE Laws, Cartography2
    Review Mathematics2
    Methods of Research1
    GE Project/Special Studies (lec)1
    GE Project/Special Studies (lab)1
    Property Surveys (lab)2
    Property Surveys (lec)3
    Review Geodesy, Theory, & Practice2
    Geographic Information System (lec)1
    Geographic Information System (lab)2

    4th Year • 2nd Semester

    Course NameUnits
    Electrical and Electronics Engg3
    GE Laws, Ethics, Obligations & Contracts2
    Correlation Course3
    Land Administration Management3
    Land Use Planning & Development (lab)1
    Land Use Planning & Development (lec)2
    GE Project/Special Studies (lab)1
    Unmanned Aerial Systems3
    Advanced Information & Comm Tech3
    The curriculum is subject to modification without prior notice. For precise and current listings, kindly coordinate with our registrar department.
  • Estimated Fees
    Particular Amount
    Estimated Total Fees per semester (including tuition and other fees)₱40,227.00
    The particulars and corresponding amounts are subject to modification without prior notice. For precise and current listings, kindly coordinate with our treasury and assessment department.
  • Career Opportunities

    Entry Level:

    • Survey Technician: Assist in conducting land surveys using various instruments. Perform data collection and help with survey calculations.
    • GIS Technician (Geographic Information Systems): Work with GIS software to create maps and analyze spatial data. Assist in data management and map production.
    • Field Surveyor: Conduct field surveys to collect data on land features. Assist in the preparation of survey reports and documentation.
    • CAD (Computer-Aided Design) Technician: Use CAD software to draft plans and maps based on survey data. Collaborate with engineers and architects on design projects.
    • Geodetic Data Processor: Process and analyze geodetic data collected during surveys. Assist in the interpretation and presentation of survey results.


    • Senior Land Surveyor: Lead land surveying projects and supervise survey teams. Prepare survey reports and legal descriptions.
    • GIS Analyst: Analyze spatial data and create GIS models for decision-making. Work on projects related to urban planning or environmental management.
    • Geodetic Engineer (Government Agency): Work on government projects related to land surveying and geodetic control. Provide expertise in geodetic standards and regulations.
    • Geospatial Project Manager: Manage geospatial projects, including surveys and GIS applications. Coordinate with clients, stakeholders, and project teams.
    • Remote Sensing Specialist: Use remote sensing technology to gather data on Earth's surface. Analyze satellite imagery for various applications.

    Senior Level:

    • Chief Surveyor: Oversee the surveying department within an organization. Provide technical leadership and guide surveying strategies.
    • Geodetic Consultant: Provide expert consultation on geodetic engineering projects. Advise clients on surveying methodologies and technologies.
    • Director of Geospatial Technologies: Lead the development and implementation of geospatial technologies. Shape the strategic direction of the geospatial department.
    • Land Development Manager: Oversee land development projects from a geodetic perspective. Coordinate with architects, engineers, and regulatory authorities.
    • Geodetic Quality Control Manager: Establish and implement quality control processes for geodetic data. Ensure compliance with industry standards and specifications.

    Managerial/Executive Level:

    • Chief Geodetic Officer: Serve as the top executive in charge of geodetic operations. Provide strategic leadership and guide geodetic policies.
    • Director of Surveying and Mapping: Oversee the surveying and mapping department. Shape the department's strategic direction and project portfolio.
    • VP of Geospatial Solutions: Serve as the vice president overseeing geospatial technology solutions. Contribute to business planning and technology advancements.
    • CEO/President of Surveying and Mapping Company: Serve as the top executive in charge of a surveying and mapping company. Set corporate strategy, lead business development, and ensure company success.
    • Geodetic Research Director: Lead geodetic research initiatives and projects. Contribute to the advancement of geodetic methodologies and technologies.


Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation - Lucena City Lucena

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Geodetic Engineering