Our Surveying and Geomatics program teaches you the basic elements of surveying required of a land surveyor as well as part of the formal training required for professional license.
Our highly qualified staff emphasize boundary surveying. This includes history, dendrology, evaluating property corners, measuring boundaries, describing land by metes and bounds, calculating land areas, and using the Texas Coordinate System. Mapping, route surveying, control surveying, the Global Positioning System (GPS), and electronic data collection are also studied.
A one-year certificate of proficiency is available to students completing certain designated courses. Graduates can enter the workforce as well-trained surveying technicians.
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SRVY 1301 Introduction to Surveying
SRVY 1309 Surveying Measurement
DFTG 1309 Basic Computer-Aided Drafting
SRVY 2331 Geodetic Surveying and Mapping
SRVY 2335 Geodetic Surveying and Mapping Applications
3 SRVY 2344 Surveying—Legal Principles II 3 Second Semester SRVY 1341 Land Surveying 3 SRVY 1335 Land Surveying Applications 3 SRVY 2309 Computer-Aided Mapping 3 SRVY 2339 Engineering Design Surveying 3
SRVY 2343 Surveying—Legal Principles I
3 Total Semester Hours 36