هندسة المساحة

The department was established in 1976 by Mr. M. Elbagir Khalifa in cooperation with the Glasgow and Newcastle Universities.

The staff members consist of six associate professors, four assistant professors, four lecturers, and four teaching assistants.
The department is well-equipped with instruments used in the geodetic survey such as RTK-GPS units, Total Stations, Levels, Theodolites, Eco-Sounders, and a photogrammetry workstation. In addition, there is a computer lab where computer-based studies could be done such as Geographical Information Science and Remote Sensing.


The staff members consist of six associate professors, four assistant professors, four lecturers, and four teaching assistants.
The department is well-equipped with instruments used in the geodetic survey such as RTK-GPS units, Total Stations, Levels, Theodolites, Eco-Sounders, and a photogrammetry workstation. In addition, there is a computer lab where computer-based studies could be done such as Geographical Information Science and Remote Sensing.
The department objectives are
-    to conduct and maintain effective and high quality undergraduate / postgraduate teaching and research programs aiming to maximize students’ potential through exposure to diverse courses and practical experience,
-    to provide community services through consultancy and continuing education.
The department mission is
-    to offer widely recognized and highly valued undergraduate / postgraduate programs in geomatics, by providing the state-of-the-art knowledge and hands-on experience, promoting a respectful, collegial and interdisciplinary culture of teaching and service on the local, regional and international scene.
-    to offer widely recognized and highly valued undergraduate / postgraduate programs in geomatics, by providing the state-of-the-art knowledge and hands-on experience, promoting a respectful, collegial and interdisciplinary culture of teaching and service on the local, regional and international scene.

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