What is Surveying and Mapping?

If you love outdoor adventures, using the latest technology, and solving a good mystery you will love Surveying and Mapping.

This exciting career field encompasses such disciplines as land surveying, photogrammetry, remote sensing (satellite and aerial imaging and laser scanning), geographic information systems (GIS), cartography, global positioning systems (GPS), and some parts of geography and civil engineering.

We integrate acquisition, modeling, analysis, and management of geospatial reference data. Licensed land surveyors have an obligation to protect the public and private real property rights, title, and interests. This often involves field investigation, data analysis, and application of boundary/property laws and legal principles pertaining to those properties

 

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Average Salary

Working in an exciting carer where the average salary is $68,000 plus benefits

 

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Multiple Options

There are many different Degrees and Certifactions ranging from 3 Semesters to a Full 4 year degree

 

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Small Class Size

Our program has small classes which allow for more 1 on 1 time

Mission Statement

 

The Surveying and Mapping program will prepare students for a profession in Surveying, Mapping, and
Geospatial Science on a state, regional, naonal and internaonal level in public, private, and academic
sengs.


As a part of Geospatial sciences Surveying and Mapping students will be able to demonstrate
knowledge and skills in data acquision, modeling, analysis, integraon, and management of geospaal
reference data used to produce deliverables for land surveying, civil engineering, cartography,
geographic informaon systems (GIS), geodesy, and remote sensing.

Learning Outcomes

 

  1. Implement the principles, theories, and practices of the professional Land Surveyor, Mapper, and Civil
    Designer as applicable to each student focus.
  2. Integrate the professionals’ role and responsibilies of protecting the land rights, tile, and interest of
    the public.
  3. Perform all common land surveys using professionally acceptable metrology and geodesy principles and
    practices.
  4. Create maps and plans using professionally acceptable draing, design, and cartographic principles and
    practuces
  5. Develop prudent ethical judgement and crical thinking skills in making professional decisions

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