Showing postgraduate courses for Surveying
As one of the largest economic sectors, the construction industry continues to expand.
Study the Bachelor of Building Surveying and Certification (Honours) and equip yourself with the skills needed to work in the Australian building industry – an industry that has recently seen significant growth due to factors such as a rising population.
Enhance your career potential and become an Assistant Building Surveyor by completing the Associate Degree of Building Surveying.
Provide advice on the financial and legal aspects of construction and buildings.
Surveying is a highly-specialised, professional discipline which involves measuring the surface of the Earth and its features.
If a boring desk job is not the thing for you, then the physical, outdoors nature of surveying is probably a better fit.
Experience the great outdoors working as a Surveyor or Surveyor’s Assistant, with USQ’s Associate Degree of Spatial Science (Surveying).
Are you interested in the impact of flooding, construction, mining or land use? Are you interested in a career in the outdoors working on land development, construction or mining projects? Explore the world of surveying with USQ’s Bachelor of Spatial Science (Honours) (Surveying).
Are you interested in how online maps will revolutionise the world? Explore the world of satellite imagery, online maps and geographical information systems with USQ’s Bachelor of Spatial Science (Honours) (Geographic Information Systems).
Put your name on the digital map with USQ’s Associate Degree of Spatial Science (Geographic Information Systems).
Would you like to help shape the world of tomorrow? Surveyors and spatial scientists use their knowledge and skills to measure, map and model our world.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Surveying and Spatial Sciences with Honours at University of Tasmania.
Develop the skills to become a construction-industry professional with a Bachelor of Building Surveying at Victoria University.
Mine and engineering surveying are specialist areas of modern day surveying.
You will become an expert in residential and commercial construction methods and materials along with assessment and advice on the compliance of these builds, and you will make a significant contribution to the development and construction of our built environment.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil)/Surveying at University of New South Wales (UNSW).