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Glenville State College has been providing well educated students for the land surveying profession since 1974. These graduates work in all aspects of surveying including; retracement, construction, route, mineral, and others. The minimum requirement for licensure is an associate degree with 30 hours of surveying classes and four years of experience.

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Career Pathways

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Click the link to learn more information about the Land Surveying Bachelor of Science program.
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