Topographic, hydrographic and geodetic surveying. Precise equipment and control surveying, city and land surveys. Astronomical observations. State plane coordinates system. Route location and layout, transition, horizontal and vertical curves. Introduction to electronic and photogrammetric methods. U.S. Public Land Surveys and legal descriptions, and an introduction to Global Positioning Systems (G.P.S.).
Not open to students who already have credit in ENGR 240.
Prerequisite: SURV / ENGR 218 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or better or
Recommended Preparation: None
4 units 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory