Spring Semester (Feb 9-Jun 5, 2015)
Survey/Mapping Sciences 119
, Advanced Plane Surveying
Emphasis on coordinate geometry calculations. Route surveying with horizontal and vertical curves. Topographic surveying and mapping. Construction surveying. Introduction to geospatial technologies, boundary surveying and surveys of public lands. Field surveying projects. Assists in passing the land surveyor-intraining exam. Prerequisite: Survey/Mapping Sciences 118 or possession of a valid Certificate as a Land Surveyor-In-Training (LST) issued by any state.
Previous successful completion of Math 160 recommended.
Hybrid--a mixture of in class and online instruction. In addition, Saturday labs meet 8:00am-4:30pm on Mar 14, 28; Apr 18; May 2, 16, 30. Information given Feb 10, the first class meeting. Survey/Mapping Sciences 230
||Chu Kow, instructor|
, Legal Aspects of Land Surveying II
Principles and techniques of boundary control. Interpretation of land descriptions, voluntary and involuntary transfer of property, senior rights, simultaneous conveyances, sequential conveyances, and case law pertaining to boundary disputes. Recommended Preparation: Survey/Mapping Sciences 229.
Students must log in to rsccd.blackboard.com the first day of class to download syllabus, or be dropped. Contact instructor with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requires 3 hours per week online.
|Tom Propst, instructor|