The certificate in Land Surveying is designed for students with a background in land surveying who desire to advance their knowledge of the art and science of the profession and better prepare themselves for professional licensure.
It is also designed to allow students with no land surveying experience to better transition into the profession. Most of the courses in this certificate must be taken at other institutions.
|Introduction to Surveying||4 credits|
|Advanced Surveying||3 credits|
|Introduction to CAD||3 credits|
|Statistics (MAT 105)||3 credits|
|Legal Research and Writing (PLG 210)||3 credits|
|Introduction to GIS||3 credits|
|Introduction to GPS||3 upper level credits|
|Legal Aspects of Land Surveying (EGR 410)*||3 upper level credits|
Current CST Level 2 may be substituted for Introduction to Surveying.
Current CST Level 3 may be substituted for Intro. and Advanced Surveying.
Apply online using our Certificate Application Form.
Certificate programs are designed for adults who are interested in learning a specific set of skills and gaining knowledge in a certain area, but may not want to earn a degree. Credits earned apply toward a Charter Oak associate or baccalaureate degree.