The Surveying curriculum provides the basic skills needed to enter a career in surveying. High school graduate reading and writing skills are expected, as development of technical documents and use of technical manuals are required. Math skills should include practical knowledge of algebra, basic trigonometry, and geometry.
Credits earned may be applied toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Engineering Technology/Civil Engineering concentration, Surveying option.
Courses in each level (Foundation, Core and Advanced Track I and Advanced Track II) must be completed prior to advancing to the next level. Where more than one course is offered within a level, courses may be taken in any sequence.
|CET 0100*||Introduction to Surveying||3|
|SURV 1550||Surveying Principles W/Lab||4|
|SURV 2510||Advanced Surveying W/Lab||4|
|Advanced Track Course(s) I|
|SURV 2567||Positioning With GPS||3|
|Advanced Track Course(s) II|
|SURV 2520||Legal Aspects of Surveying||3|
|TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED:||17|
* CET 0100 may be waived at the discretion of the program coordinator with demonstrated competence.