Civil, Surveying and Mapping

ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar
This course is designed to introduce newly enrolled students to college life and career development through a variety of activities. It is recommended that this course be scheduled during the first semester of enrollment. An overview of college policies, procedures, and resources as well as study skills and time management strategies will introduce the student to the college experience. Also included is an introduction to electronic learning and the use of online resources. 
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 15

CIVL 1150 Applied Technical Math for Civil, Survey and Mapping
A study of algebra, graphs, coordinate systems, numerical computations, measurement with micrometers, angle measurement with verniers, review of geometric principles and figures, area computations, apply volume computations to borrow pits and review of ratios as they apply to geometric figures. 
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1120 Surveying 1 Lecture
Introduces theory including history, types of surveys, linear measurements, accuracy, precision, leveling, angles and directions.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1121 Surveying 1 Lab
Includes lab work in instrumentation and the procedures and applications of measurements, leveling, angles and directions.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1141 Basic Drafting
Integrates engineering drawing and survey map drafting into one course as a means of introducing the concepts of mapping.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 90

CIVL 1240 Applied Trigonometry for Civil, Survey and Mapping
The course provides a study of trigonometry (right triangles) and the solution of right triangles using the sine, cosine, and tangents. The course provides a study of oblique, isosceles and equilateral triangles using the sine law and cosine law. The application of rectangular coordinates in the solution of geometric figures and trig functions of any angle are also used.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1220 Surveying 2 Lecture
Includes the study of traverse adjustments, area computations, topographic surveys, and an introduction to the U.S. Public Land Survey system.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1120

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1221 Surveying 2 Lab
Includes intermediate lab work in instrumentation, procedures and applications of traversing, traverse adjustments, and topographic surveying.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1320 Surveying 3 Lecture
Covers theory and computations for partitioning, route curves (horizontal and vertical), and construction surveying.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1220

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1321 Surveying 3 Lab
Covers surveying applications involving route curves (vertical and horizontal) and construction surveying.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1330 Louisiana Survey Law
Reviews Louisiana laws relating to land surveying.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1120

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1410 Surveying 4 Lecture
Covers surveying astronomy (hour angle method), state plane coordinates (geodesy), and control surveys (geodetic monuments).
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1320

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1411 Surveying 4 Lab
Includes surveying applications: instrumentation, solar observations, and state plane coordinates.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1420 Remote Sensing
Concentrates on the source of map data with an emphasis on photogrammetry but also includes data sources from satellite and lidar activities. Students will be able to read, understand, and use the USGS Quadrangle, aerial photos, satellite photos, lidar data and government maps to identify topographic features and navigational features. The student will be able to identify flood zones and prepare elevation certificates.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1220

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1430 Legal Principles of Surveying
Introduces the legal aspects of land surveying with regard to the basic legal principles affecting ownership and boundary location of real property.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1220 or 1330

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1441 Computer Aided Drafting
Provides for use of microcomputers to perform computations and create surveying and engineering drawings (AutoCAD).
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1141

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 90

CIVL 2520 Advanced Survey Practice
The students will work with and become proficient in the use of GPS Equipment and the different types of GPS surveys by surveying assigned projects. Students will gain proficiency in previously learned techniques of data collection and processing. Projects may include boundary, topographic, radial and route surveys. The importance of tree identification as it relates to the Government Land Office surveys will be explored.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1410

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 120

CPTR 1000 Introduction to Computers
An introductory study of computer system components, operating system environments.  Internet concepts, and security issues. Includes a hands-on study emphasizing computer hardware and various operating systems features.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1460 Data Collection and Processing
The student will learn the procedures of data collection. The student will use the HP 48, Recon and Ranger data collectors and process survey data using HP Surveying Software and TDS Software. The student will apply previously gained knowledge of trigonometry and coordinate geometry, with an emphasis on surveying applications (POT’s, right angle offsets, intersections, resection, etc.) with the calculations being performed by the data collector using hp surveying software and TDS software. 
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 2620 U.S. Public Land Surveys
Covers the history and development of the Public Land Surveys and how they are performed in conformance with statutory law.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1220

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 2630 Highway Plan Reading
Provides general knowledge in the reading and understanding of highway plans and specifications.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 2530

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 45

JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills
This course is required of all Technical Diploma and Associate Degree students and should be taken during their last semester of enrollment prior to completion of diploma/degree requirements.
PREREQUISITES: ORNT 1000

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1470 Introduction To Geographic Information Systems
The student will be introduced to Geographic Information Systems and the methods used to collect spatial data. The methods of inputting spatial data into the GIS database will be identified and discussed. Organization, analysis and the management of spatial data will be learned. The student will become familiar with the ARCView GIS Program and create a limited GIS database.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1420 and CIVL 1441

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1480 Real Property/Land Development
The student will conduct courthouse research and prepare an abstract on an assigned property. The preparation of land descriptions will be discussed. Local procedures and methods related to land development will be discussed. Local laws and customs related to subdivision design will be discussed and reviewed. 
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1320 and CIVL 1420

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 2551 Computer Software (Surveying Applications)
Provides experience with software packages needed to perform computations, reduce field data, and produce survey maps.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1441

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 90

CIVL 2560 Hydrographic Surveying
The student will learn the principles of and techniques used in hydrographic surveying. The student will also learn how to tie (underwater) hydrographic surveys to land surveys to obtain a complete picture. The student will prepare hydrographic maps using ArcView GIS Program.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1320 and CIVL 1470

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45
CPTR 1000Introduction to Computers

An introductory study of computer system components, operating system environments.  Internet concepts, and security issues. Includes a hands-on study emphasizing computer hardware and various operating systems features.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1150 Applied Technical Math for Civil, Survey and Mapping
A study of algebra, graphs, coordinate systems, numerical computations, measurement with micrometers, angle measurement with verniers, review of geometric principles and figures, area computations, apply volume computations to borrow pits and review of ratios as they apply to geometric figures.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1120 Surveying 1 Lecture
Introduces theory including history, types of surveys, linear measurements, accuracy, precision, leveling, angles and directions.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1121 Surveying 1 Lab
Includes lab work in instrumentation and the procedures and applications of measurements, leveling, angles and directions.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1130 Concrete Lecture
Provides a study of the composition and properties of Portland cement concrete including sampling, proportioning, mix design, mix adjusting, testing and inspecting.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1131 Concrete Lab
Provides practical applications in sampling, testing, and batching of concrete (quality control and quality assurance).
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1141 Basic Drafting
Integrates engineering drawing and survey map drafting into one course as a means of introducing the concepts of mapping.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 90

CIVL 1240 Applied Trigonometry for Civil, Survey and Mapping
The course provides a study of trigonometry (right triangles) and the solution of right triangles using the sine, cosine, and tangents. The course provides a study of oblique, isosceles and equilateral triangles using the sine law and cosine law. The application of rectangular coordinates in the solution of geometric figures and trig functions of any angle are also used.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1150

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1220 Surveying 2 Lecture
Includes the study of traverse adjustments, area computations, topographic surveys, and an introduction to the U.S. Public Land Survey system.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1120

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1221 Surveying 2 Lab
Includes intermediate lab work in instrumentation, procedures and applications of traversing, traverse adjustments, and topographic surveying.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1230 Asphalt Lecture
Provides a study of asphaltic concrete plant inspection and the production of asphaltic concrete with emphasis on quality control and quality assurance.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1130

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1231 Asphalt Lab
Practical applications in sampling, testing, and batching of asphaltic concrete (quality control and quality assurance).
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1320 Surveying 3 Lecture
Covers theory and computations for partitioning, route curves (horizontal and vertical), and construction surveying.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1220

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1321 Surveying 3 Lab
Covers surveying applications involving route curves (vertical and horizontal) and construction surveying.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1340 Soil Mechanics Lecture
Includes study of the origin, composition, classification and processing of soils as they pertain to the construction industry.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1130 or CIVL 1230

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1341 Soil Mechanics Lab
Provides practical applications in sampling, testing, and classification of soils for quality control and quality assurance.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1441 Computer Aided Drafting
Provides for use of microcomputers to perform computations and create surveying and engineering drawings (AutoCAD).
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1141

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 90

CIVL 1510 Statics/Strength of Materials
The student will be introduced to the force systems. Equilibrium will be defined. Newton’s laws will be introduced. The distribution of applied forces will be examined. Gravity, friction and other natural forces will be explored. Mass will be explained. Inertia will be reviewed.
PREREQUISITES: Civl 1240

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 2410 Environmental Engineering
The student will be introduced to the definition of pollution. The methods of measurement of pollution sources and the levels at which sources are considered polluting. Environmental risks will identified. Treatment methods for drinking water, wastewater, air and solid waste will be discussed. The student will have a working knowledge of the industrial and human effects on the environment.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills
This course is required of all Technical Diploma and Associate Degree students and should be taken during their last semester of enrollment prior to completion of diploma/degree requirements. 

This course assists students in making immediate and future decisions concerning job choices and educational growth by compiling résumés, evaluating job offers, and outlining information essential to finding, applying for, and terminating a job. It also includes personal/career assessments including foundational Work Keys assessments, application for the Louisiana Work Ready! (National Career Ready) Certificate.

The completion of a student career presentation portfolio to minimum specifications will be a requirement for course completion.
PREREQUISITES: ORNT 1000

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credit Hours 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 2420 Hydrology
The student will introduced to the fundamentals of precipitation and the handling of storm water runoff. Watersheds and their characteristics will be discussed. Stream flow measurements and control devices will be discussed. Infiltration will be discussed. Aquifers will be discussed. Management methods of storm water will discussed. The use of hydrographs as applies to groundwater will be learned. 
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 2410

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 2430 Hydraulics
The student will introduced to the various methods of fluid flow. Bernoulli’s equation will be introduced. Flow in controlled spaces such as pipes will be discussed. The various types of flow in pipes, channels, etc. will be discussed. Compressible flow will be discussed. Open channel flow will be discussed. Flow and level control devices such as weirs will be discussed. Modeling of fluid flow will be performed.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 2410 

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

ENGL 1015 English Composition 1
The study of the basic rhetorical modes of English composition with emphasis on prewriting, writing, and revising techniques utilizing correct English grammar, usage, and punctuation.
PREREQUISITES: English score of at least 20 on the Enhanced ACT, successful completion of Developmental English, or permission of the campus CAO.

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

MATH 1015 College Algebra
Linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, radical and rational equations, complex numbers, graphing, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, polynomial equations, systems of linear equations and inequalities.
PREREQUISITES: Math score of at least 21 on the Enhanced ACT, successful completion of Developmental Math, or permission of the campus CAO.

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

PSYC 2015 Introduction to Psychology
An overview of psychology designed to expose students to the major theories, research practices, and applied areas of psychology.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

SPCH 1015 Introduction To Physics
Designed to teach students basic public presentation principles and skills. Students complete one speech each of personal introduction, information, persuasion, demonstration, and special occasion (influential person).
PREREQUISITES: none

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CSRV 1000 Customer Service
This course is intended to help participants' progress from learning about themselves, to learning how to relate to their internal customers as well as their external customers in the workplace.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 2991 Special Projects 1
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 2993 Special Projects 2
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 60

CIVL 2995 Special Projects 3
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 90

CIVL 2996 Special Projects 4
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 2997 Practicum
A Practicum provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's education objectives. Students participating in Practicum do not receive compensation.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 135

CIVL 2999 Cooperative Education
Cooperative Education provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's educational objectives.  Students participating in Cooperative Education receive compensation for their work.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 135

ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar
This course is designed to introduce newly enrolled students to college life and career development through a variety of activities. It is recommended that this course be scheduled during the first semester of enrollment. An overview of college policies, procedures, and resources as well as study skills and time management strategies will introduce the student to the college experience. Also included is an introduction to electronic learning and the use of online resources. 
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 15

CIVL 1130 Concrete Lecture
Provides a study of the composition and properties of Portland cement concrete including sampling, proportioning, mix design, mix adjusting, testing and inspecting.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1131 Concrete Lab
Provides practical applications in sampling, testing, and batching of concrete (quality control and quality assurance).
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1230 Asphalt Lecture
Provides a study of asphaltic concrete plant inspection and the production of asphaltic concrete with emphasis on quality control and quality assurance.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1130

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1231 Asphalt Lab
Practical applications in sampling, testing, and batching of asphaltic concrete (quality control and quality assurance).
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1340 Soil Mechanics Lecture
Includes study of the origin, composition, classification and processing of soils as they pertain to the construction industry.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1130 or CIVL 1230

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1341 Soil Mechanics Lab
Provides practical applications in sampling, testing, and classification of soils for quality control and quality assurance.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1141 Basic Drafting
Integrates engineering drawing and survey map drafting into one course as a means of introducing the concepts of mapping.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 90

CIVL 1150 Applied Technical Math for Civil, Survey and Mapping
A study of algebra, graphs, coordinate systems, numerical computations, measurement with micrometers, angle measurement with verniers, review of geometric principles and figures, area computations, apply volume computations to borrow pits and review of ratios as they apply to geometric figures.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1120 Surveying 1 Lecture
Introduces theory including history, types of surveys, linear measurements, accuracy, precision, leveling, angles and directions.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1121 Surveying 1 Lab
Includes lab work in instrumentation and the procedures and applications of measurements, leveling, angles and directions.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1141 Basic Drafting
Integrates engineering drawing and survey map drafting into one course as a means of introducing the concepts of mapping.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 90

CIVL 1240 Applied Trigonometry for Civil, Survey and Mapping
The course provides a study of trigonometry (right triangles) and the solution of right triangles using the sine, cosine, and tangents. The course provides a study of oblique, isosceles and equilateral triangles using the sine law and cosine law. The application of rectangular coordinates in the solution of geometric figures and trig functions of any angle are also used.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1150

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1220 Surveying 2 Lecture
Includes the study of traverse adjustments, area computations, topographic surveys, and an introduction to the U.S. Public Land Survey system.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1120

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1221 Surveying 2 Lab
Includes intermediate lab work in instrumentation, procedures and applications of traversing, traverse adjustments, and topographic surveying.

PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1320 Surveying 3 Lecture
Covers theory and computations for partitioning, route curves (horizontal and vertical), and construction surveying.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1220

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL1321 Surveying 3 Lab
Covers surveying applications involving route curves (vertical and horizontal) and construction surveying.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits1 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1330 Louisiana Survey Law
Reviews Louisiana laws relating to land surveying.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1120

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

ORNT 1000 Freshman Seminar
This course is designed to introduce newly enrolled students to college life and career development through a variety of activities. It is recommended that this course be scheduled during the first semester of enrollment. An overview of college policies, procedures, and resources as well as study skills and time management strategies will introduce the student to the college experience. Also included is an introduction to electronic learning and the use of online resources. 
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 15

CIVL 1130 Concrete Lecture
Provides a study of the composition and properties of Portland cement concrete including sampling, proportioning, mix design, mix adjusting, testing and inspecting.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1131 Concrete Lab
Provides practical applications in sampling, testing, and batching of concrete (quality control and quality assurance).
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1230 Asphalt Lecture
Provides a study of asphaltic concrete plant inspection and the production of asphaltic concrete with emphasis on quality control and quality assurance.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1130

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1231 Asphalt Lab
Practical applications in sampling, testing, and batching of asphaltic concrete (quality control and quality assurance).
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1340 Soil Mechanics Lecture
Includes study of the origin, composition, classification and processing of soils as they pertain to the construction industry.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1130 or CIVL 1230

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits2 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1341 Soil Mechanics Lab
Provides practical applications in sampling, testing, and classification of soils for quality control and quality assurance.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

CIVL 1470 Introduction To Geographic Information Systems
The student will be introduced to Geographic Information Systems and the methods used to collect spatial data. The methods of inputting spatial data into the GIS database will be identified and discussed. Organization, analysis and the management of spatial data will be learned. The student will become familiar with the ARCView GIS Program and create a limited GIS database.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1420 and CIVL 1441

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 1480 Real Property/Land Development
The student will conduct courthouse research and prepare an abstract on an assigned property. The preparation of land descriptions will be discussed. Local procedures and methods related to land development will be discussed. Local laws and customs related to subdivision design will be discussed and reviewed. 
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1320 and CIVL 1420

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CIVL 2560 Hydrographic Surveying
The student will learn the principles of and techniques used in hydrographic surveying. The student will also learn how to tie (underwater) hydrographic surveys to land surveys to obtain a complete picture. The student will prepare hydrographic maps using ArcView GIS Program.
PREREQUISITES: CIVL 1320 and CIVL 1470

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45