Reedley College Land Surveying Programs – Certificate of Completion/Certificate of Achievement/ Associate of Science
The focus of the Land Surveying program is to provide the student with a thorough background in land surveying and mapping in addition to an introduction to the collecting, manipulating, formatting and mapping of data. A student who successfully completes the program will have the technical expertise necessary for an entry level position in the field of Land Surveying or related fields of geographic information systems specialists, architectural services, and engineering services. Land Surveyors measure and record property boundaries and the topography of the land for construction and engineering projects. Surveys are used to establish legal boundaries to prepare maps and exhibits, and write descriptions of land tracts that satisfy legal requirements. The program also assists students in preparing for the State Land Surveyor-In-Training and Land Surveyor's Exams.
Ms. Al Haider will share the status of the program, how you can assist, and answer questions.
Rebecca Al Haider is the Coordinator of Noncredit Programs at Reedley College. In this position, she has successfully launched the college's Extended Learning program, which offers over 230 noncredit courses and programs to meet the academic, economic, and personal needs of students. Currently, she is focused on developing a Land Surveying program that will meet the needs of the industry and create opportunities for the community.
She participates in the college's shared governance by serving as faculty co-chair of the Marketing and Communication committee and secretary of Academic Senate. She graduated from Fresno State University with a B.A. and M.A. in Linguistics. In 2007, she taught EFL at South East European University in Macedonia, and in 2008 as an English Language Fellow, she taught EFL at Al Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt
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