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Parks, roads, and neighborhoods don’t just pop up. They are the result of careful planning to fit the landscape. They are the result, in part, of the professional skill and attention to detail shown by land surveyors.
Land surveying is an essential part of city, county, state and federal planning. You can put a land surveying degree to work for government agencies like the department of transportation or DNR. Or, plot out a career with engineering or architectural firms, surveying firms, highway or road contractors, and utility contractors.
If you love the outdoors, this may be the perfect fit for you. With a land surveying degree, you can help bring infrastructures to life from the ground up. Find out more about the skills and coursework with the links at right.