Oklahoma Surveying Education

The state’s licensing board, the ¬†Oklahoma State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors requires Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) candidates to earn a 2-year college degree, with at least 27 hours of survey-related courses. To help you meet those education requirements, Oklahoma has some of the finest surveying, GIS and photogrammetry programs in the nation. Below is a list of colleges and universities offering surveying, GIS or surveying-related courses and degree plans as well as some of the scholarships that are available.