Civil and Environmental Engineering


surveyingA minor in Surveying at The University of Toledo enables Engineering undergraduate students to meet the academic requirements for license as a Professional Surveyor in Ohio in accordance with Ohio Revised Code 4733.11 -Professional Surveyor License Qualifications. The classes are practical application based hands on training taught by a dual licensed Professional Engineer and Professional Surveyor.

Students who are both degree and non-degree seeking are welcome to apply and register. The classes are typically offered in the evening, thus accommodating adult learners wishing to build upon their professional skills as well as undergraduate students during co-op.

The 18 credit hour surveying minor consists of six courses offered over a two year cycle, which can be taken in any order.

 Even Years

CIVE 3770 (3hrs) - Cadastral Surveys and Ohio Land Systems - Spring Semester

 CIVE 3730 (3hrs) - Geodetic and Control Surveys - Summer Semester

 CIVE 4770 (3hrs) - Legal Aspects of Land Surveying and Ethics - Fall Semester

Odd Years

CIVE 3720 (3hrs) - Boundary Surveying - Spring Semester

CIVE 3760 (3hrs) - Route and Construction Surveying - Summer Semester

CIVE 4720 (3hrs) - Boundary Control and Legal Principles - Fall Semester

Prerequisite Courses:

CIVE 1100 (3hrs) - Civil Engineering Measurements - offered in both Fall and Spring Semesters

CIVE 1110 (1hr) - CAD for Civil Engineers - offered in both Fall and Spring Semesters





Kyle Sawyer
Assistant Director of Student Services




Last Updated: 10/21/22