Introduction to the training program in Land Management

1. Industry name: Land Management Engineer

2. Training duration: 3.5 years

3. Number of credits: 125 TC

4. English requirements: Full-time university students after graduation meet the English output standard B1 as prescribed by Nghe An University of Economics.

5. Goal Orientation

Having the ability to lead professionally and professionally in the field of land management; take initiative in performing assigned tasks; self-direction, adapting to different working environments such as institutes, surveying and cadastral centers at all levels; self-study, accumulate knowledge and experience to improve professional qualifications; draw conclusions on issues of land law, planning, cartography and a number of complex technical issues; capable of planning, coordinating and promoting collective intelligence; has the capacity to evaluate and improve professional activities at district and provincial levels on land management.

6. Future career prospects

* Professional prospects:

- Use information technology to organize, practice measurement, edit and establish cadastral maps of all kinds.

- Elaborating and building land use planning projects; urban planning, rural development planning, making and checking cadastral records of all kinds...

- Implement land valuation, write valuation reports, land assessment to serve the State management of land.

- Synthesize and analyze land changes, thereby forecasting the demand for different types of land, illustrating the results of land planning on the map.

- Can use MicroStation, Famis software to edit, edit maps, make land inventory statistics.

- Carry out research and management of forest ecosystems such as land assessment, land use planning, GIS-Remote sensing, modeling...

- Have the ability to adapt to new science and technology to serve the profession, or change careers.

- Graduates can work in state agencies according to their majors, such as: Natural resources and environment sector from the central level to the commune level; research centres, faculty or research staff in educational institutions.

- Start-up: approach the training program in the direction of helping learners assert themselves to start a business in the field of real estate, real estate, and land resources. Set up a career from the profession learned, establish businesses in the field of land management such as: land planning, topographic surveying, cadastral, surveying and cartography, granting land use right certificates, establish real estate offices, consult on land law, advise on administrative procedures on land, participate in the stock market of real estate, contribute capital for business cooperation in specialized fields, manage management of land use in agroforestry, construction of farms to develop production. Establishing centers for real estate, urban planning, construction planning, research in the fields of environmental resources, climate change related to land fund.

7. Model of international cooperation and training

- Model of joint training: "Two in one training" theoretical training at Nghe An University of Economics, practical training at related units (Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Department of Science and Technology, Department of Construction, relevant specialized departments in the districts in Nghe An). Practical training at enterprises: Construction Joint Stock Company 1, An Phu Real Estate Company, Asia Co., Ltd.), Hanoi Agricultural Academy, Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry.

- For foreign units: Center for Remote Sensing and Space Research-CSRSR (Taiwan).

- Cooperation with Israel for students to go to training and practical experience.

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