Surveying Engineering

Changing technologies in the surveying engineering world require working professionals to return to an academic world to expand their knowledge. Professional Land Surveyors with a BS degree in surveying or related field will expand on their undergraduate knowledge. Similarly, professional land surveyors with a non-surveying undergraduate degree will be able to capture knowledge in their chosen second career.

What can I do with a Graduate Certificate in Surveying Engineering?

  • Expand your undergraduate knowledge for better work experience
  • Expand your firm’s knowledge base into new technologies
  • Expand your knowledge for new work opportunities
  • Better prepare yourself for professional licensure examinations
  • Grow mathematical foundations not taught in undergraduate curriculums
  • Prepare for a leadership role in solving complicated boundary issues

This is also a good step for those seeking a Professional Science Masters (PSM) in Engineering and Business.

Degrees offered: Certificate

Application deadline: Rolling

Test Required: None

Contact: Ray Hintz

Contact Email: ray.hintz@maine.edu

Program Website: Surveying Engineering