The undergraduate land resource management degree program, which are firmly connected with surveying, remote sensing and information technology, aim to produce graduates with a sound knowledge of land management, economic theory, land information technology, cadastral technology and laws regulations relevant to land management. With the basic skills of cadastral surveying, cadastral management, land valuation, land use planning and land information systems development, graduates could be engaged in land or real estate related works. Alternatively they may apply their skills in a range of other careers.

Core courses: Cadastral Surveying, Land Information System, Land Economics, Land Management Introduction, Land Evaluation, Land Use Planning, Cadastral Management.