Surv-101 - Introduction to Land Surveying - XanTh Stack / Kyle Gatlin
|Course:||Introduction to Land Surveying|
|Professor:||XanTh Stack / Kyle Gatlin|
Lecture Instructor: XanTh Stack
Lab Instructor: Kyle Gatlin
Classroom: Student Support Center (SSC), Room 102 (Valencia Campus).
- Lectures can be attended online or in-person during the designated lecture time.
- Labs MUST BE ATTENDED IN PERSON during the designated lab time.
Survey 101 - Introduction to Land Surveying
- Basics of Surveying
- Surveying Math
- Distance Measurement
- Azimuths and Bearings
- Traverse Surveys and Computations
- Area Calculations
- Total Stations and Theodolites
What to Expect in this Course
All labs MUST be attended in person during the designated lab time.
Every lecture has an in-class assignment that must be completed.
There will be weekly homework assignments that must be submitted via Canvas.
If you plan on attending lecture online, please make sure your webcam and microphone are working. Please keep your microphone muted unless actively participating in class.
You will need one of the following scientific calculators (phone calculators will not be allowed on exams):
Casio: Any FX-115 model.
(THIS IS THE FASTEST, EASIEST TO USE CALCULATOR)
Texas Instrument: Any TI-30X, TI-36X, TI-83, TI-84
(These are all fine, but the Casio is less keystokes)
Hewlett Packard: Any HP 33s or HP 35s
(Not recommended unless you have prior experience with these types of calculators)
Types of Assessments
- Online discussion boards
- Every lecture has an in-class assignment that must be completed during class time. Students will be called upon to answer these. The best way to learn is by doing!
- There will be weekly homework assignments that must be submitted via Canvas.
- Exams will be proctored and typically occur during lab sessions.
- Labs attendance is mandatory as there is no possibility for make-ups. If you need to miss a lab, notify your lab instructor as far in advance as possible.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
The text book is OER. Refence books may be suggested but are not required.
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- CanyonsID Password is your COC student email password
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Last updated: 02/07/2022 Sub#: 1296