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SUR 2550 Surveying Computations (3 credits)

Prerequisite: SUR 2520-Surveying II w/a grade "C" or better, or permission of instructor

This is an introductory course on converting survey field observations/data into a form suitable to the end user. Students apply principles and precepts learned in courses of mathematics and surveying to surveying problems, develop analysis techniques and perform those computations required for plane surveying problems encountered by the surveyor, land developer and civil engineer. Traverse computations, subdivision computations, route surveying computations, etc., are addressed.


Tuition $603 + Fees+ Course Materials
Delivery Mode:
Lectures on DVD format
One (1) examination. All examinations must be proctored.
Time Limit :
Six (6) months to complete the course from the date of registration.
Writing Assignment:
One (1) writing assignment - publication review.
Required Material:

Surveying: Theory and Practice; 7th ed., James M. Anderson & Edward M. Mikhail
ISBN: 0-07-015914-9

Coursepack - Lecture Notes

DVD set

All course material is ordered through the Auraria Campus Bookstore at: