(1) Land surveying experience shall include the following:
(a) preprofessional experience of four years of total progressive experience, gained under the supervision of a licensed professional land surveyor, all of which is required to be completed at the time of application. Land surveying experience must include a substantial portion spent in charge of work related to property conveyance and/or boundary line determination. Credible experience may include one or more of the following:
(i) approved preprofessional experience;
(ii) progressive experience on land surveying projects which indicate the experience is of increasing quality and required greater responsibility;
(iii) experience not obtained in violation of the licensure act;
(iv) experience such as aliquot part subdivision of sections, retracing existing boundaries, establishing new boundaries, corner search and reestablishment, researching existing public records, survey computations, preparation of legal descriptions, certificates of survey, subdivision plats, corner recordation forms, exhibits and other documents pertinent to such work; or
(v) credible teaching experience at an advanced level, post graduate or senior graduate, in a college or university offering a land surveying curriculum approved by the board, gained under the supervision of a licensed land surveyor.
(2) Experience time cannot be counted during periods counted for education.
(3) Upon request by the board, land surveyor applicants must demonstrate adequate experience in the field aspects of the profession.
(4) Subprofessional experience shall be credited to the required preprofessional experience at a maximum of one-half the period of experience. Subprofessional experience shall be limited to no more than two years of preprofessional experience. Credible subprofessional experience may include one or more of the following:
(a) approved subprofessional experience;
(b) survey experience done under the supervision of a licensed professional land surveyor, including such work as:
(i) construction layout of buildings and miscellaneous structures;
(ii) surveys necessary to obtain data and location of highways, roads, pipelines, canals, etc.;
(iii) construction staking for land modification; and
(iv) construction staking for highways, roads, utilities, etc.;
(c) other construction surveying experience supervised by a licensed professional land surveyor; or
(d) other surveying experience supervised by a licensed professional land surveyor.