CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EDUCATIONAL COMPONENTS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PhD PROGRAM IN THE SPECIALTY OF GEODESY AND LAND SURVEYING
Keywords:educational components, PhD, educational programs, geodesy and land management, territorial development of the region, land use, geodetic and geospatial support
It has been proven that the development and implementation of educational programs that shape the educational space and the possibilities of ensuring territorial development at various levels are of particular importance for training a qualified specialist. In this context, the characterization of the educational components of the implementation of PhD programs in geodesy and land management is a relevant and timely issue. The implementation of the PhD educational program is aimed at training a highly qualified, competitive specialist in the field of geodesy and land management by deepening and improving theoretical knowledge and practical skills, professional skills in the field of architecture and construction in the field of geodesy and land management, improving language and philosophical competences, forming the ability to conduct research and creation of modern systems of geospatial support and land use for the development of cities and regions. As a result of the study, the educational components of the implementation of the PhD program in geodesy and land management were characterized. Within the framework of the educational and scientific program, it is proposed to additionally characterize the components of the territorial development of land use in the regions. In particular, geospatial components are defined, where cartographic support, directions and possibilities of application of geoinformation systems and technologies are characterized, territorial, functional, socio-economic factors are distinguished. Urban planning, investment and ecological factors of territorial development of land use in the region are characterized. The educational components of the implementation of the PhD program in geodesy and land management are characterized. Competences are defined, which allows for the formation of a systematic approach to the training of specialists. It should be noted that the implementation of the educational program is formed through a range of issues related to the training of highly qualified specialists who are able to formulate and solve complex scientific and practical tasks in the field of geodesy and land management and implement the results of scientific research. Features of the application of the program include the possibility of taking into account the directions and features of territorial development and the efficiency of land use at the regional level. Mastering the presented program allows you to form an educational environment that takes into account the possibilities of using modern geodetic and geospatial tools, the provisions of the theoretical and methodological platform, and is aimed at ensuring the territorial development of the region and increasing the efficiency of land use.
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