Monday – November 11, 2019
Surveying and Mapping
Downtown Milwaukee Campus
As a surveying technician, graduates typically work under the direction of an engineer or surveyor to operate surveying equipment, record measurements, and produce drawings showing boundaries, key locations, elevations and other terrain features.
This program is approved through the Land Surveyor Section of the Wisconsin Examining Board of Architects, Landscape Architects, Professional Engineers, Designers and Professional Land Surveyors, 1400 East Washington Avenue, P.O. Box 8935, Madison, WI 53708; 608-266-2112;
Career Outlook: Surveying and mapping technicians are needed in all phases of construction, and employer demand is good in the current job market.
Career Pathway: After earning this technical diploma, your credits can be applied toward completing the Civil Engineering Technology associate degree.
Program Code: 31-607-1
Start Dates: August/January
Special Admission Requirements: One year of high school-level algebra (grade C or higher).
Career Cluster: Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
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