Surveying Engineering

A program that prepares individuals to apply scientific and mathematical principles to the determination of the location, elevations, and alignment of natural and manmade topographic features. Includes instruction in property line location, surveying, surface measurement, aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry, remote sensing, satellite imagery, global positioning systems, computer applications, and photographic data processing.

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“…i am a very proud penn state student. penn state is an institution that wants you to succeed. people here all this talk about college's don't care if you succeed or not, they just want your money. that may be true but as long as you apply yourself...” – Ashley from Lancaster, PA

“…in my opinion, this school is underrated. it is an excellent university with excellent professors and spectacular school spirit. it can definitely compete with other texas universities. ” – Christopher from Houston, TX

“…This school is a perfect environment for learning as well as keeping in touch with others. This campus is endowed with many fun activities you can get involved in, as well as sororities and fraternities. Fau just built a state-of-the-art football...” – Lexy from Jupiter, FL

“…UMaine is a very welcoming community that embraces diversity. It has a beautiful campus that is full of many activities to take part in. And UMaine is innovative, it is working hard toward many sources green technology and other research.” – Stephanie

“…The university is very clean and a small campus. Not very diverse, predominantly white. There isn't a whole lot going on, but you find things to do.” – Sara from Farmington Hills, MI

“…North Carolina A&T, is a great school, and has outstanding engineering programs. I am a current Mechanical Engineer major, that plans to graduate in 2016, and i have absolutely no complaints at all about the school; the people here are great and...” – Jonathan from Durham, NC

“…texas a&m university corpus christi is a great campus. the senery is beautiful, campus life is always busy you will never find yourself bored, and there are so may oppertunities for growth as a student. the profesors are really good at being there...” – Brandy from San Antonio, TX

“…The people here are really awesome, though some people will look at us and say that we are complete geeks. There is really no place better for engineering, especially if you are interested in hands on programs. Although we are far from civilization...” – Martin from Kewanee, IL

“…Wilberforce University is a very family oriented institution. Its atmosphere is just above average, having both good and bad times. The campus facilities are moderate but comforting.” – Dahrion from Southfield, MI

“…This is a warm and caring community college with staff in offices who are invested in helping students. No matter what the circumstances a student is dealing with, someone has a suggestion or help. The instructors are caring and interested in you,...” – Mark from Santa Fe, NM

“…the majority of the teachers show they do career about the success of students and are passionate about their jobs. the low student to teacher ration allows teacher to apply effort for each individual. ccri's lost classes are an excellent choice to...” – Jeff from Cranston, RI

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“…penn state wilkes-barre is more than just a university, it's a bonded community. the experiences and memories are one of a kind here. the university slogan, it's your time! explains it all!” – Alexandria from Forty Fort, PA