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A pathway to an exciting career

Looking for a technology-focused career in geospatial science? As a professional land surveyor, you’ll use technology such as total station, auto level and laser rangefinder to survey a land boundary and the terrain relief. You might have your own survey firm or join a corporation for large-scale projects. 

Land surveying is a highly specialized career. In addition to earning a college degree, a professional land surveyor must pass a series of examinations and complete several years of on-the-job training. When you choose this track, you’ll graduate from SFA with a Bachelor of Science in geospatial science, and you’ll also be prepared to start your professional journey as a surveying candidate-in-training.

Exciting internships provide real-world experience

An internship is a great way to gain hands-on experience and learn about potential career paths. Our students have completed exciting paid internships with oil and gas companies, government organizations, utility companies and more. 

Learn more on the Internships and Activities page.

Undergraduate programs 

Bachelor of Science in geospatial science, land surveying track

The land surveying track is an interdisciplinary program that combines core geospatial science and forestry coursework with courses in real estate, oil and gas law, geography and computer assisted design software.

Check out the geospatial science curriculum guide.

*See the Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.


Geospatial Science

Forestry Building
Room 103

Mailing Address:
PO Box 6109, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962

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