Associate Degree in Surveying Engineering Technology
The associate degree in Surveying Technology provides the basic undergraduate education required for private and public service as a technician in the surveying profession. Basic knowledge is provided in the areas of boundary, construction, topographic, and photogrammetric surveying. The 2-year curriculum is designed to develop an individual understanding of the skills and equipment needed to make precise surveying measurements. The major prepares graduates who, after the first few years of their surveying careers:
- Proficiently apply basic principles and methods of surveying practice to perform surveys and analyze results.
- Effectively convey technical and professional information in written, verbal, and graphic forms, as individuals and as members of a professional team.
- Demonstrate their recognition of the importance of professional organizations for their development as surveying technologists.
- Demonstrate their recognition of the need for continuous, life-long learning.
Graduates of the Surveying Engineering Technology major may qualify for admission to the baccalaureate degree major in Surveying Engineering and complete that degree with an addition 2.5 years of study. For the Associate in Engineering Technology (AEngT) degree in Surveying Engineering Technology, a minimum of 67 to 70 credits is required. This program is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc.
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