Syllabus
CVEN 303-300  --  Plane Surveying for Civil Engineering Students
Texas A&M University
Summer 2003

Instructor:                          Richard E. Bartoskewitz
Office:                                Room 140, Civil Engineering Building
Telephone:
                         979-845-2484
E-mail Address:                 bartoskewitz@tamu.edu
Office Hours:
                     Usually any time, 8 am to 5 pm, except when I am in class.
Lab Teaching Assistant:    Logan Burton



Text:                              
Elementary Surveying:  An Introduction to Geomatics
                                                    
Paul R. Wolf and Charles D. Ghilani, Tenth Edition

Course Grade Basis:     Major Quizzes    2 @ 20% each        40%
                                        Lab                                                   20%
                                        Homework                                        20%
                                        Final Exam                                        20%

Class Meeting Days and Times:
                                       
Lecture:    Tuesday & Thursday, 12:00 Noon to 1:20 p.m.
                                                        Room 219, Civil Engineering Building
                                        Lab:         Tuesday & Thursday, 2:00 p.m. to 4:50 p.m.,
                                                        Room 006 (in the basement), Civil Engineering Building
                                        NOTE:  Lab meets 14 of the 20 times scheduled.

Objective of This Course:  To familiarize the student with:
                                                    (a) various types of surveys,
                                                    (b) the geometric and mathematical foundations of surveying,
                                                    (c) field procedures used in conducting a survey,
                                                    (d) the instruments used in performing a survey,
                                                    (e) the analysis of field data, and
                                                    (f) preparation and presentation of the results of a survey.

 

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