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Land Surveying and Geomatics

Land Surveying involves the scientific process of measuring the three-dimensional aspects of land, which includes the horizontal distance, direction, angles and elevations. Students will learn the fundamentals of land surveying become familiar with geographical information systems and CADD, demonstrate ability to gather and analyze geospatial data using multiple technologies to help provide accurate surveying analytics. Students will also learn the Common Law roots of Boundary Law,  the importance of maintaining accurate records and how to apply the legal principles in surveying.

Graduates with at least two years of previous work experience during their program of study may qualify upon graduation to take the fundamentals of surveying exam as outlined by statue. A student without the requisite experience would sit for the exam after his/her completion of the two-year progressive work experience requirement. 


Emphasis/Degree Options

Associate of Applied Science

Land Surveying and Geomatics

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Land Surveyor-Specific Online Certificate

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Gainful Employment

Land Surveying 15.1102