The certificate program has been approved by the State Boards of Registration in Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky.
Most courses in the certificate are offered through online education, including classes in geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS), and legal topics.
Students should check with their state licensing board for possible changes to specific requirements before taking any coursework.
Graduates of other associate’s degree programs must complete all prerequisite material in the Cincinnati State CETSO program prior to acceptance into the certificate program.
Prospective students must meet with the certificate advisor prior to admission to the program.
Graduates Are Prepared To
- Enter the fourth year of a bachelor’s degree program with Northern Kentucky University
- Enter the Bachelor of Applied Administration program at University of Cincinnati - Clermont
Representative Job Titles For Graduates
- Surveyor (after completion of a 4-year degree)
Graduate Starting Salary Projections
Strong Transfer History
- Northern Kentucky University
- University of Cincinnati - Clermont
Effective 2020-2021 academic year
Advanced Surveying Certificate (ASC)
Program Prerequisites: Graduate from the Cincinnati State Civil Engineering Technologies Surveying Option, or complete comparable coursework. Meet with the certificate advisor prior to admission to the program.
Most required courses are offered via online education.
|CET 267||Surveying Laws and Ethics||4||0||4|
|CET 277||Survey Calculations and Statistics||4||0||4|
|CET 266||Surveying History in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana ( T)||4||0||4|
|XXX XXX Science Elective||3||0||3|
|CET 287||Geospatial Surveying||4||0||4|
|BIO 131||Biology 1||5|
|CHE 110||Fundamentals of Chemistry||4|
& CHE 131
|General Chemistry 1
and General Chemistry 1 Lab
|EVS 120||Environmental Geology||4|
|LH 130||Woody Plant Materials||3|
|PHY 152||Physics 2: Algebra and Trigonometry-Based||4|
|PSC 110||Earth Science||4|
Note: Students seeking Surveyor Registration in Indiana must complete (or have previously completed) these courses: MAT 251 (Calculus 1), and six semester hours from the following areas: Freshman Chemistry, Astronomy, Geology, or Dendrology (Woody Plants).
The letters G, B, and T (displayed after course titles or elective descriptions) identify types of courses required by the Ohio Department of Higher Education as part of an associate’s degree curriculum.
G = General Education course in this curriculum
B = Basic Skills course in this curriculum
T = Technical course in this curriculum
Carol Morman, PE, PS, MS
Jim Decker, PS
Elias Feghali, BS, Evening Student Advisor