Land Surveying/Civil Engineering AAS (70 Credits)

Career Opportunities

Technicians may be employed by state, county and city governmental agencies, contractors, private engineering or land surveying firms in a wide range of starting positions. Civil Engineering design, boundary surveying, computer application, testing of materials, construction surveying and inspection, estimating and general design work are just a few examples of career possibilities.

Suggested Technical Studies Semester I
LSCE1510 Civil Drafting Methods 3 Credits
LSCE1518 Materials, Estimating, and Specifications 3 Credits
LSCE1530 Survey Fundamentals 5 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester II
LSCE1502 Surveying Principles I 3 Credits
LSCE1506 Advanced Survey 5 Credits
LSCE1514 Civil CADD I 3 Credits
LSCE1527 Technical Computations II 3 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester III
LSCE2502 Control and Digital Surveys 5 Credits
LSCE2514 Civil CADD II 3 Credits
LSCE2518 Utility Design I 3 Credits
LSCE2526 Subdivision Design 4 Credits
Suggested Technical Studies Semester IV
LSCE2507 Construction Design and Surveying Principles 3 Credits
LSCE2510 Surveying Principles II 3 Credits
LSCE2522 Civil CADD III 3 Credits
LSCE2530 Utility Design II 3 Credits
LSCE2540 LSCE Internship 2 Credits
General Education
MATH1300 College Algebra 3 Credits
MATH1321 College Trigonometry 3 Credits
MNTC Goal Area 1 Communications-Oral 3 Credits
MNTC Goal Area 1 Communications-Written 4 Credits
MNTC Goal Area 2, 5, 6 or 7 3 Credits
Estimated cost for books and supplies: $3104

PLEASE NOTE: All program plans are preliminary and curriculum may change without notice.