Abschlussart: Master of Science (M. Sc.)
Kürzel: GGS
Turnus: Wintersemester
Fakultät: Fakultät VI
Studiengangsverantwortlich: Neitzel, Frank

The Master's program Geodesy and Geoinformation Science
is characterised by linking geodesy to areas of research and content of teaching in the field of geoinformation science. Geoinformation science is based on geodetic reference systems, which are prerequisites for data acquisition, processing, updating, and analysis of spatial databases. These requirements are also important in modelling and visualisation, as well as for navigation and guidance techniques or location based services. Geodetic methods encompass the techniques of terrestrial surveying, photogrammetry, and remote sensing technology. Object modelling goes along with statistics and error estimation. The general emphasis is on data generation that is coordinated to both well-defined reference systems withwell-known accuracy. The science of Geodesy forms the basis which allows for the organisation and utilisation of geoinformation systems that make up the basic discipline of geoinformation science.
The Master's program Geodesy and Geoinformation Science takes four semesters and comprises a total of 120 creditpoints.

During the first semester the students have to select their modules from a given basis catalogue, the modules must have a total amount of at least 30 CP. This semester is important as it aims to take the students to a common standard and to build up the fundament for the scientific education during the course of the programme.
In the 2nd and 3rd semester students have to select one field of specialisation (major subject) from the following thematic blocks:
• Geoinformation Technology
• Space Geodesy and Navigation
• Engineering Surveying and Estimation Theory
• Computer Vision and Remote Sensing.
This major subject must have a total amount of at least 21 CP. This includes a project seminar with a value of at least 6 CP. Furthermore, students have to choose modules with an amount of 9 CP from each remaining thematic block (minor subjects).
Due to the fact that the student can choose between 4 fields of specialisation in connection with various other compulsory and optional modules, each student can create his individual programme.
The compulsory modules can be selected from a
catalogue which is provided by the TU Berlin or from
other universities not necessarily located in Germany.


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