Evolution of the National Spatial Reference System
May 21, 2013
Presented by Dan Martin, NGS Advisor, Vermont
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The Land Surveying Certificate Program Has Been Approved at Charter Oak State College
The Land Surveying Certificate has been approved by the Board of Regents for Higher Education, and Charter Oak State College (COSC) is accepting applications for the certificate program. 

How do you start the process?

1.  Go to http://www.charteroak.edu/Prospective/Apply/ and save the certificate application form.  Fill out the form, check off  the Land Surveying box, and send in the form with a $75 fee.

2.  Review the attached course requirements.  If you have already taken the appropriate course, request a transcript from the appropriate school to be sent to COSC.  On the web page above there is a note concerning electronic transcripts that might work.

3.  Look at what courses remain and plan on taking them either in class or on line.  EGR 410 Boundary Law will have its inaugural run in the Fall 2012.

Obtaining a land surveying certificate will show a level of land surveying education meeting the professional needs of the surveying industry.  If you have questions or concerns contact Jay Doody, PS & PE at jjdoody@snet.net or 203-933-3850.

For certificate requirements click here.