Surveying Technology Program
Surveyors measure distances, direction and angles between points on, above and below the earth’s surface.
As a surveyor in the field, you will work to select known survey reference points and determine the precise location of important features in the survey area using specialized equipment.
Surveyors also research legal records, look for evidence of previous boundaries, and analyze data to determine the location of boundary lines.
The two-year Surveying Technology program at CNM is designed to meet the requirements for an Associate of Science degree and prepare students to pursue of Bachelor of Science in Surveying Engineering at New Mexico State University or another institution.
State licensure requirements vary, but licensure in New Mexico requires a 4-year degree (with additional requirements).