Becoming a Professional Land Surveyor
Being a Professional Land Surveyor is an aspirational profession. The career earning potential of a Professional Land Surveyor increases dramatically upon licensure.
It’s important to think of modern surveying as a high-tech profession. We might use mobile LiDAR to map a transportation corridor, hydrographic surveying to capture a detailed picture of an underwater environment, or photogrammetry to capture what can only be seen from an aerial perspective.
Pathway to Professional Licensure
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