Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering (BS GE)
Geodetic Engineers are regarded as reliable sources of geospatial information for societal and economic development. With the growing demand for public works and infrastructure, the development of modern information systems, coupled with increasing awareness in managing resources and protecting the environment, the importance of geospatial data and information becomes essential.
The UP DGE offers 5-year BS Geodetic Engineering program, a uniquely balanced blend of theory and techniques for high-precision earth measurement using advanced field instrumentation and computing technologies. For more details, download the DGE Academic Programs brochure.
Our core competencies focus on: Surveying and Mapping, Geodesy, Remote sensing, Photogrammetry, Hydrography, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS or GPS)
High school students must pass the UP College Admission Test (UPCAT). Prospective shiftees and transferees must obtain above average scholastic grades on their first year of college and apply for admission in the next academic year.
A competitive examination is given to UPCAT passers to qualify for the GE Study Grant. Benefits of the grant include tuition fees, monthly stipend and book allowance.