Montana Code Annotated 2015

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     37-67-325. Qualifications of applicant for examination and licensure as professional land surveyor. (1) An applicant who meets any of the following sets of requirements must be admitted to the principles and practices of surveying examination and the Montana state-specific land surveyor examination:
     (a) a baccalaureate degree in land surveying that meets the board-approved land surveying curriculum, passage of the fundamentals of surveying examination, at least 4 years of combined office and field experience in land surveying under the direct supervision of a licensed professional land surveyor of which at least 3 years must be progressive experience on land surveying projects, and references and exhibits of land surveying projects as required by the board;
     (b) an associate degree in land surveying that meets the board-approved land surveying curriculum, passage of the fundamentals of surveying examination, at least 6 years of combined office and field experience in land surveying under the direct supervision of a licensed professional land surveyor of which at least 4 1/2 years must be progressive experience on land surveying projects, and references and exhibits of land surveying projects as required by the board;
     (c) a baccalaureate degree with a minor in land surveying that meets the board-approved land surveying curriculum, passage of the fundamentals of surveying examination, at least 6 years of combined office and field experience in land surveying under the direct supervision of a licensed professional land surveyor of which at least 4 1/2 years must be progressive experience on land surveying projects, and references and exhibits of land surveying projects as required by the board; or
     (d) before October 1, 2022, passage of the fundamentals of surveying examination, at least 10 years of combined office and field experience in land surveying under the direct supervision of a licensed professional land surveyor of which at least 6 years must be progressive experience on land surveying projects, and references and exhibits of land surveying projects as required by the board.
     (2) Upon passage of both examinations, the applicant must be granted a license to practice land surveying in this state.

     History: En. Sec. 7, Ch. 4, L. 2015.

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