Surveying is an important discipline in civil engineering that is associated with many facilities, including railways, roads, dams, bridges, and residential areas. Surveying creates the legal boundaries and provides essential engineering support for urban development, large infrastructure projects, the development and operation of mines and the management of the environment and resources.

 

Geospatial engineering is a broad field that crosses multiple specialties which focus on multiple dimensional mapping and organizing. With new methods and technology such as GPS, satellite imagery, laser scanning, and fast computing to create complex layers of interconnected geographical information provide additional utility and the ability to work effectively within a broad pool of partners and allies.

CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING DESIGN - DUAL DEGREE

Engineering and surveying are designed to equip students for a career as a professional engineer.

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SURVEYING DEGREES AT CAL POLY POMONA

The Geospatial option under the Civil Engineering major is offered at Cal Poly Pomona. This means top career surveying degrees are available at this campus.

LAND SURVEYING AND DEVELOPMENT

Land surveyors play a crucial role in development, mapping, and engineering construction.

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HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYING AND MINING

Engineering surveyors collaborate with other professionals during the planning and construction phases of structures.

REMOTE SENSING AND DIGITAL MAPPING

Remote sensing and digital mapping make it possible to collect data and monitor dangerous or inaccessible areas.

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GEOSPATIAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

An innovated way of designing spatial information acquisition, analysis, modeling, and applications.