Surveying I (CIT-205)
This is a course in plane surveying which includes the measurement of distances, elevations, angles and directions. Principles and field use of traditional and modern surveying instruments are covered in lecture and practiced in the laboratory and in the field. Fundamental surveying computations including the use of computers and surveying software are also covered. Prerequisites: MAT 143, MET 109. 3 lecture hours and 3 laboratory hours per week. 4 credit hours.