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CIVL1102 – Survey I: Fundamentals pdf

Credits: 2 (1/1/0)
Description: The student will learn the principles of vertical distance measurement, as well as construction staking and the compiling of field notes typical of the civil engineering field. This course will focus on the use of various surveying equipment and procedures.
Prerequisites: (None)
Corequisites: (None)
  1. Identify sources of information on Global Positioning Systems (GPS), various geoid models, and vertical datum.
  2. Interact with others regarding the use of surveying equipment and practices.
  3. Become an expert survey technician able to conduct and control a real-life field survey.
  4. Analyze various surveying terminology and then use those definitions to assist them in their application.
  5. Value the use of technology as it relates to improving the lives of those who are affected by civil engineering.
  6. Utilize various forms of surveying equipment, and techniques, in their field of study for future reference.
  7. Develop strategies to work as team members to save time and increase productivity in their surveying practice.
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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