Land Management and Cadastral Surveys

Discipline code: 21.03.02
Accreditation period: 27.02.2025
Level of education: higher.

Major (profile) of the educational programs: Immovable property cadastre.

Attendance: in-class and distance education modes.

Period of in-class training: 4 years.

Training time, distance education: 5 years.

Qualification: Bachelor.

Document of higher education and qualification: Bachelor’s Degree.

Area of professional practice:

  • Property and land relations;
  • Land resources and immovable property management;
  • Arrangement of land use areas;
  • Forecasting, planning and design of land use, rational land use and land protection;
  • Law enforcement for establishment of property rights and for control of land plots and other immovable property use;
  • Land and other immovable property objects;
  • Taxation of immovable property objects;
  • Real estate, assessment and consulting services in land property;
  • Records, cadaster assessment and registration of immovable property objects;
  • Land development;
  • Topographic-geodesic and mapping provision of land development and cadasters;
  • Positioning of immovable property objects, cadaster surveys, arrangement of cadaster information systems;
  • Land marking;
  • Planning of land plots and other immovable property objects, inventory procedures of land plots and immovable property objects.

Relevance of graduates: graduates can work for land property institutions (Federal Service of State Registration, Cadaster and Cartography, Federal State Budget Institution Federal Cadaster Chamber of the Russian Register, Department of Property and Land Relations of the Novosibirsk Region, Department of Land and Property Relations of the City Administration of Novosibirsk , ООО Geocity, ООО GeoPlan Plus, ООО Engineering and Cadaster Center Geograd, ООО Novosibirsk Engineering Center, West-Siberian Research and Survey Land Development Institute, JSC, ООО AltaiGeoproject, ООО Surveying Company South-Ural TISID, Novosibirsk Engineering Center, etc) in the Siberian Federal District, Eastern Siberia, the Far East, in Crimea, in the city of Sochi, in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, as well as in industrial research institutes and the RAS institutes.