Students who are majoring in Civil Engineering may elect to complete the Minor in Land Surveying and Geomatics. The student is encouraged to declare the Surveying minor no later than the end of their sophomore year and follow the BSCE degree plan with the Land Surveying and Geomatics minor modifications from that point forward. Civil Engineering advisors will have a modified degree plan for students taking the Surveying minor. For BSCE students, completion of the Land Surveying and Geomatics minor along with the appropriate work experience and references will qualify the student to take the Professional Surveyor (P.S.) licensure exam in the state of Arkansas. The student must earn a grade of C or better in all courses comprising the 18 credit hours or have a grade point average of 2.5 or above over these courses. The Land Surveying and Geomatics minor does not complete the educational requirements for P.S. licensure for non-BSCE majors.
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