|New course number:||same|
|Course title:||Boundary Surveying|
|New course title:||same|
|Grading method:||Current: letter grade
New: letter grade
|Flexibly Scheduled Course:||
|Prerequisites (list each individually, one course per line, with course number and title)|
2980:102 or Equivalent, and 2940:210 or Equivalent.
New prerequisites to be checked at time of registration? yes
|Corequisites (list each individually, one course per line, with course number and title)|
New corequisites to be checked at time of registration? no
|COURSE TITLE: Boundary Surveying
COURSE NUMBER: 2980:228
COURSE CREDIT: 3 credit hours (2-1)
PREREQUISITE: 2980:102 or Equiv., 2940:170 or Equiv., and 2980:355 or Equiv.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Analysis of evidence and procedures for boundary location; establishing and/or locating points for boundary, mortgage location, topographic, site plans, and as-built surveys.
|Elementary Surveying, 10th Ed.; Paul R. Wolf and Russell C. Brinker, 2002
Land Boundary Location Principles, R. B. Buckner
|2940:210 is being deleted from the program.
2980:355 teaches the Land Development software necessary.
2940:170 is a hand drafting course. These skills are needed for this course.
|COURSE RATIONALE: Provides a foundation for boundary surveying that includes the historical development of boundaries and their location, relocation, and/or establishment of property boundary. Will also address the research aspects of land ownership and deed descriptions. This course will become the foundation course for land surveying. Required by the Ohio State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers & Surveyors for professional registration. Required for ABET accreditation.
COURSE OBJECTIVES: To provide the student with the introductory skills used to research, retrace, establish, and verify boundary lines for land surveys.
I. Introduction and Overview of Types and Requirements for Boundary and Land Surveys
II. Research, Field, and Office Requirements for:
A. Boundary Surveys
B. Mortgage Location Surveys
C. Alta Surveys to Include the Development of Site and as-built Surveys
III. Land Boundary Location Principles
IV. Computation and Adjustment of Completed Surveys
V. Preparation of Survey Drawings and Legal Descriptions
Prepared by: Gary A. Schuller, Course Leader
Program Director: Thomas M. Besch
Instructor’s Course Packet
Black’s Law Dictionary; Henry Campbell Black; West Publishing Company
The Complete Manual of Land Planning and Development; William E. Brewer and Charles P. Alter; Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs - 1988
Site Planning: Environment, Process, and Development; Gene R. Brooks, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ - 1988
Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location, 2nd Edition; Curtis M. Brown, Walter G. Robillard, and Donald A. Wilson; John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York - 1981
Boundary Control and Legal Principles, 3rd Edition; Curtis M. Brown, Walter G. Robillard, and Donald A. Wilson; John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York - 1986
Land Surveying (Reprint from the 1913 original); F. Hodgman; Buckner Historical Surveying Reprints (CARBEN) - 1976
Ohio Property Boundary Law; T. S. Madson; LSS Publishing Company, Gainesville, Florida - 1984
Restoration of Lost or Obliterated Corners and Subdivision of Sections 1883-1974 (Reprint from the originals); U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, CARBEN Surveying Reprints - 1980