Structure & Contents of the Programme

Please note: In winter term 2022/23 the new regulations for the Bachelor and Master programs "Geodesy and Geoinformatics" will become effective. In the Master's degree program "Geodesy and Geoinformatics", there are still the three areas of specialization in geodesy (former geodetic measurement technology), geoinformatics (former geo-information technology) and hydrography.

The master's course in Geodesy and Geoinformatics follows on from the bachelor's course of the same name and provides an in-depth study of the scientific aspects of Geodesy and Geoinformatics. This can include a concentration in the areas of geodesy, geoinformatics or hydrography. The teaching language depends on concentration - predominantly German (in the first two concentrations) or exclusively English (hydrography).

In the second and third semerster, all concentrations include activities of the Q-Studies , in which educational knowledge from art and social and natural sciences is taught in a transdisciplinary way.

The course is scheduled to last two years - four semesters - and results in a Master of Science (MSc) degree.

The structure of the study program is shown in the module plan.

modul plan geodesy BSPO 2023                 (module plan GMT according to BSPO 2017)          

modul plan geoinformatics BSPO 2023      (module plan GIT according to BSPO 2017)

modul plan hydrography BSPO 2023          (modul plan Hydrography according to BSPO 2017)

Please note that slightly modified module plans will apply from winter semester 24/25. These will be published here shortly.

In the modul cards you will find a detailed description of the individual modules with regard to the type and scope of the courses, qualification objectives, contents and type of examination.

Study and Examination Regulations define the general and subject-specific provisions