This course combines engineering, architecture and geography skills to establish boundaries of land, water and airspace to determine property ownership, development and use. Professionals in this field use new and developing technologies such as GPS, satellite imagery, laser scanning and fast computing to create complex layers of interconnected geographic information. Today surveyors can measure position very accurately. Geospatial information constantly reveals new insights about our world and our place in it.
Career opportunities: Graduates in this course work in various fields including emergency services, urban planning, health, the management of natural resources, insurance, transport planning, telecommunications, with Google and with the United Nations.
Course duration: Two and half years equivalent to eight term
Certification: KNEC (Examination and Certificate)
Tuition fee: ksh. 33,750 per term. Total: ksh. 270,000, or 3,000USD
Minimum Qualification: KCSE. Main grade. C- (minus) with D+ in any two subjects (Mathematics, Physics, Geography or English)
Career Development: Graduates of this course can further their studies in local and international universities and enroll in relevant degree programs