The Land Surveying & Geomatics program is designed to prepare students for employment in surveying at a technician level and for certification by the Texas Board of Land Surveying as a Surveyor In Training (SIT). It is intended to provide general education supporting related academic work so that the student is prepared to advance through further application and study for registration as a Professional Surveyor. Students are able to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree (64 credit hours) or a certificate (32 credit hours) in Land Surveying & Geomatics.
You already have a four-year degree?
If you have a bachelor’s from an accredited 4-year institution, the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveyors, requires the completion of 32 additional credit hours in Land Surveying. At ACC, we offer a 32-hour certificate in Land Surveying to meet this eligibility requirement.