Qualifications Leading to Registration
To practise cadastral surveying in Victoria, you must be
registered as a Licensed Surveyor under the Surveying
Act 2004. To become registered, you must:
In accordance with s.62(a) of the Surveying Act 2004, the Surveyors Registration Board of Victoria has approved the following courses of study, which provide qualifications for registration as a Licensed Surveyor:
UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE
2-year Master of Engineering (Spatial) degree with the Bachelor of Environments (Spatial Systems) or the Bachelor of Science as a pre-requisite
- 3-year Master of Engineering (Spatial) degree with a degree other than the Bachelor of
Environments (Spatial Systems) or the Bachelor of Science as a pre-requisite
The Master of Engineering (Spatial) degree must include the following elective subjects:
- GEOM90041 Cadastral Surveying;
- GEOM2076 Land Development; and
- ABPL90041 Property Law.
Accreditation of these programs is valid until 31 December 2018.
Accreditation of this program is valid from 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2021.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying) (Honours)