Land Surveying Specialization at SIUE
The land surveying specialization from the School of Engineering's Department of Construction provides the knowledge and skills necessary for entering the surveying profession. Graduates are eligible to sit for Surveyor in Training examinations administered by state boards of professional certification. Coursework includes significant hands-on laboratory work with conventional and advanced survey measurement systems. The program of study consists of 24 hours of surveying courses, including 18 hours of core courses and six hours of electives.
The construction management program is accredited with the American Council for Construction Education.
Degrees Available at SIUE
- Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, Land Surveying Specialization
Land surveyors are uniquely qualified to provide fundamental professional services to the engineering, construction, geographic information systems and real estate industries. Land surveyors are employed by utility companies, government agencies, engineering firms and construction companies. They often operate as the owners and principals of professional service firms offering cadastral, engineering, forensic and construction services.