Future land management engineers study photogrametrics, cartography, geodesy, geographical information systems, computer land management graphics, land resource information systems, land cadastre, land melioration and irrigation, agricultural fundamentals, land management, organisation of land management work, etc.
Practical studies are conducted in four stages: geodesic, photogrametric, soil science and land management production practice. The duration of the practical studies is 21 weeks. During studies, the skills required to prepare land management projects and schemes, register parcels of land, conclude land transactions, provide consultations, etc., are consolidated and improved.
The land management study programme is designed for people who have secondary general education and aspire to be land management engineers.