A Two-Year Program Leading to the A.S. Degree
Surveying technologists may be employed in various capacities by consulting engineers, contractors, public utility companies, petroleum and coal industries, land surveyors, highway commissions, and various governmental agencies. With experience, appropriate continuing education and successful completion of the state and national exam, the status of land surveyor may be achieved. The Indiana Society of Professional Land Surveyors serves as the advisory committee for this program.