The Bachelor’s in Natural Resource Management with a concentration in Land Surveying prepares students for careers involving the mapping, measurement, and assessment of natural resources. Graduates operate surveying equipment, prepare maps and documents, oversee construction and mining operations, maintain databases, and develop surveying standards. The large number of business and management courses in the program prepares the graduates to be successful in managing surveying departments within other disciplines or within their own business.
Students will be technically proficient in land surveying and will be able to develop a strong concentration in geographic information systems and resource allocation for careers with government agencies and the private sector.Graduates work in all aspects of surveying including; retracement, construction, route, mineral, and others.
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