Montana State University

Land Surveying Minor

Land Surveying Minor: This rigorous minor is designed to provide students with perspective and skills to pursue a successful career in surveying or a surveying related field. The focus is on courses related to surveying such as photogrammetry, the global positioning system, U.S. Public Land Survey System, legal principles of surveying, and project design in surveying. Enrollment in this minor is open to all engineering and non-engineering students.

 

29 course credits for the Land Surveying Minor

Land Surveying Minor

 
 
Total Credits Required – 29 Semester Credits
 
  • SRVY 230 CO-REQUISITE: 
    • M 166 or M 172 and EGEN 116
  • SRVY 474 PRE-REQUISITE:
    • EGEN 325, SRVY 230,and WRIT 201 or WRIT 221
  • SRVY 361 and SRVY 362 CO-REQUISITE:
    • BGEN 361
 
  • CE 463 CO-REQUISITE:
    • SRVY 230 and PHSX 207 or PHSX 222
  • CE 363 PRE-REQUISITE
    • SRVY 230 and STAT 216 OR EGEN 350


REQUIRED COURSES  
CREDITS
  • SRVY 230
  • SRVY 273
  • ECIV 350
  • SRVY 355
  • SRVY 375 
  • SRVY 361 
  • SRVY 362
  • SRVY 474

SURVEYING ** #
CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING AND EARTHWORK ** 
OR
TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING #
ADVANCED SURVEYING COMPUTATIONS ^^  
PHOTOGRAMMETRY  ^^
LEGAL PRINCIPLES OF SURVEYING  ^^   
U.S. PUBLIC LAND SURVEY SYSTEM  ^^  
PROJECT DESIGN IN SURVEYING  ^^     

3
3

3
3
2
3
3
3
 
TOTAL
20

 

   
ELECTIVE COURSES  
9 CREDITS REQUIRED
  • AGEC 337 
  • ECIV 456
  • GPHY 284
  • GPHY 357
  • GPHY 384
  • GPHY 426
  • GPHY 457
  • GPHY 484 

AGRICULTURAL LAW      
HIGHWAY GEOMETRIC DESIGN ^^       
INTRODUCTION TO GIS SCIENCE AND CARTOGRAPHY
FUNDAMENTALS & APPLICATIONS IN MAPPING
ADVANCED GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE    
REMOTE SENSING & DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING   
ADVANCED GPS MAPPING FOR GIS              
APPLIED GIS AND SPATIAL ANALYSIS

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
 
TOTAL
29

** ALREADY IN CET CURRICULUM
# ALREADY IN CE/BREN CURRICULUM
^^ PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE IN CET, CE, or BREN