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SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY LAND SURVEYING by qjp44028

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									                                                                ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCES DEGREE
ARTICULATED WITH THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE COUNTY – CATONSVILLE CAMPUS




                                                                                                                                    Programs of Instruction
SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY LAND SURVEYING
Award: Associate of Applied Sciences Degree                      CORE COURSES TO BE COMPLETED AT CCBC -
No. of credits required: 65-66                                   CATONSVILLE CAMPUS
                                                                 CADD 251  Computer Aided Civil Applications 3
Contact: For more information, contact Steve Johnson,
                                                                 CONT 101  Construction Blueprint Reading    3
443-412-2641, sjohnson@harford.edu; or Advising,
                                                                 SURV 101  Surveying Instruments             3
Career, and Transfer Services, 443-412-2301.
                                                                 SURV 111  Survey Computations               3
                                                                 SURV 116  Survey Law I                      3
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:                                             SURV 121  Topographical Mapping             3
Harford Community College cooperates with the                    SURV 217  Survey Law II                     3
Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC)-                    SURV 226  Minor Engineering I               3
Catonsville Campus to prepare students for positions             SURV 236  Minor Engineering II              3
with surveying firms, government, and engineering/               SURV 241  Minor Engineering III             3
construction firms as office technicians performing data         SURV 243  Minor Engineering IV              3
reduction, basic design, and computer aided drafting.
                                                                                                                       Total 33
HCC offers core courses to prepare students for transfer
to CCBC–Catonsville to complete the degree program.
CCBC–Catonsville awards the Associate of Applied                 EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION:
Sciences Degree upon successful completion of the program.       According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook,
                                                                 overall employment of surveyors, cartographers, surveying
Students who elect this curriculum and desire to transfer        and mapping technicians is expected to increase by 21 percent
courses to a four-year institution should check with the         from 2006 to 2016. Increasing demand for fast, accurate,
CCBC program coordinator and/or an academic advisor.             and complete geographic information will be the main
While many courses will transfer, certain specialized courses    source of growth for these occupations.
may not. Courses may be taken in any sequence as long
as prerequisites are met. Some courses may be offered in         In addition to openings from growth, job openings will
alternate semesters only.                                        continue to arise from the need to replace workers who
                                                                 transfer to other occupations or who leave the labor force
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                altogether. Many of the workers in these occupations are
                                                                 approaching retirement age.
Number         Title                                Credits
CORE COURSES TO BE COMPLETED AT HCC
                                                                 Opportunities for surveyors and cartographers should
CMST 101       Speech Fundamentals `GI~                3
                                                                 remain concentrated in engineering, surveying, mapping,
CIS 102        Introduction to Information Sciences `GI~         building inspection, and drafting services firms. However,
                              or                                 employment may fluctuate from year to year with
BA 210         Business Computer Applications          3         construction activity or with mapping needs for land
ENG 101        English Composition `GE~                3         and resource management.
ENG 216        Business Communications                 3
Behavioral/Social Science Elective `GB~*               3
Arts and Humanities Elective `GH~*                     3
                                                                 ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM:
CADD 101       Introduction to CADD                    3         Students should maintain contact with the program
CADD 102       Intermediate CADD                       3         coordinator and academic advisors at CCBC–Catonsville
ENGR 101       Engineering Drawing I                   2         to monitor their progress.
GEOG 101       Physical Geography                      3
MATH 101       College Algebra                                   * One three-credit General Education course must fulfill
                              or                                   the Diversity requirement at both HCC and CCBC
MATH 109       Precalculus                            3-4
                                              Total 32-33*
                                                                  Note: The following codes identify courses which satisfy the
                                                                  General Education core requirements.
* HCC students will receive 30-31 articulated credits                 `GB~    Behavioral/Social Science
  with CCBC.                                                          `GE~    English Composition
                                                                      `GH~    Arts/Humanities
                                                                      `GI~    Interdisciplinary and Emerging Issues
                                                                      `GL~    Biological/Physical Laboratory Science
                                                                      `GM~    Mathematics
                                                                      `GS~    Biological/Physical Science




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