Division Office: Science Technology Bldg, 208
Program Coordinator: David Gann, 816.604.2336
Administrative Asst: Jill Croy, 816.604.2510
Division Chair: Janet Wyatt, 816.604.2625
Land surveyors provide data about the location, elevation, shape, contour or gravitation of land or land features on or near the earth's surface for engineering, mapmaking, mining, construction and other purposes. They:
In our program, you will be exposed to the equipment and techniques used in the surveying and mapping industry. We focus on the technical and legal aspect of land division and retracement, as well as advanced mapping science.
Choose from two degrees and a certificate program. Choose the A.A.S degree if you want a career as a land surveyor, Choose the A.E degree to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a bachelor's degree in land surveying or mapping. Each state has different educational requirements for licensed land surveyors. our certificate provides the basic skills of surveying-related professionals.
MCC and JCCC have entered into a cooperative program allowing JCCC students (Johnson County, KS residents only) an opportunity to take MCC Land Surveying classes at in-district rates.
Enrollment procedures: Students must make application to and be accepted by both institutions. Final acceptance into the program will be determined on criteria established by the staff of the MCC Land Surveying program. Applicants will receive written notification to verify their acceptance.
In Missouri, the AAS degree has been certified by the Missouri Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects. In Kansas, the AE degree has been certified by the Kansas State Board of Technical Professions as an acceptable program for the land survey intern exam.