OP and TER score
|How to apply|
|University of Southern Queensland||Associate Degree of Spatial Science (Surveying)||OP 16
|Year 12 English and Maths A
(Maths B recommended)
|Two years full-time||Course info page
||QTAC or direct|
|Bachelor of Spatial Science Technology (Surveying)||OP 13
|Year 12 English and Maths B||Three years full-time||Course info page||QTAC or direct|
|Bachelor of Spatial Science (Honours)(Surveying)||OP 11
|Year 12 English and Maths B
|Four years full-time||Course info page
Enquiries: 07 4631 5315
|QTAC or direct|
|Spatial science may also be studied as a GIS or geography major, or as subjects in undergraduate courses in science, environmental science, environmental management, urban planning, engineering, the arts, and other courses at major universities. Please check with the universities for details.|
Becoming a Registered Surveyor in QLD
A surveying graduate will be required to have completed either a three or four year university degree in surveying. The three-year degree is the minimum qualification requirement for obtaining registration as a surveyor, and for obtaining an engineering or mining endorsement. To obtain a cadastral (property boundary) endorsement, a four year degree is required
STEPS TO SURVEYOR REGISTRATION
Surveyors are to register with the Surveyors Board of Queensland (SBQ) as a graduate after completing the course of study (a minimum three year university course). After registration as a surveying graduate and obtaining sufficient experience, the surveyor applies to the SBQ to have their competency assessed.
Please refer to the Surveyors Board of Queensland website for further information.
STEPS TO AN ENDORSEMENT
After registration as a surveyor a registrant may choose to seek a specialist endorsement.
- Cadastral – land and boundary surveying
- Mining – open cut and underground surveying
- Engineering – infrastructure project surveying
Further information to gaining an endorsement can be found on the Surveyors Board of Queensland website.