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Surveying Education Opportunities

One of the goals of ISPLS is to keep the public, especially young people, informed of surveying education opportunities in and around the State of Indiana. Please click on the name of the university or college below to further explore the opportunities they offer.

 

Qualifications for Examination

The following tables are to be used with 865 IAC 1-2 “Rule 2”, 865 IAC 1-5 “Rule 5”, Indiana Code 25-21.5-1-7(b)(4) through (b)(7). “Practice of surveying”, and 865 IAC 1-12-3(a) Surveyor responsibility.

 

Education and Experience:


Degree (no honorary or correspondence degrees may be used)

Work Experience Required following the receipt of the first degree obtained

Total Years of Work Experience Required under a licensed land surveyor

Associate degree

3 yrs.

6 yrs.

Bachelor’s degree not in a board-approved surveying curriculum

2.5 yrs. after Bachelor’s or 2.5 yrs. after Associates if earned

5 yrs.

Bachelor’s degree in a board-approved surveying curriculum*

2 yrs. after Bachelor’s or 2 yrs. after Associates if earned

4 yrs.

Master’s degree in surveying following bachelor’s degree not in a board-approved surveying curriculum

2 yrs. after Bachelor’s or 2 yrs. after Associates if earned

4 yrs.

Master’s degree in surveying discipline  following bachelor’s degree in a board-approved surveying curriculum*

1.5 yrs. after Bachelor’s or 1.5 yrs. after Associates if earned

3 yrs.

Doctorate in surveying following a bachelor’s degree not in a board-approved surveying curriculum

1.5 yrs. after Bachelor’s or 1.5 yrs. after Associates if earned

3 yrs.

Doctorate in surveying discipline following a bachelor’s degree in a board-approved surveying curriculum*

1 yr. after Bachelor’s or 1 yr. after Associates if earned

2 yrs.

  • No experience obtained before the applicant’s 18th birthday shall qualify.
  • The surveying experience must be progressive in nature and show that the applicant has demonstrated the ability to assume continuously increasing levels of responsibility and sophistication in the surveying activities listed in 865 IAC 1-12-3(a).
  • At least 60% of an applicant’s surveying experience must be in the activities listed in IC 25-21.5-1-7(b)(4) through IC 25-21.5-1-7(b)(7).

 

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