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1 Associate Degree Program Department of Civil and Architectural Technology Major : Survey Technology First Semester NO 5 6 Code SRV 0 SRV 0 SRV 0 ENG 0 MTH 7 CMT 0 Course Title Land survey Survey drawing Survey Computation General English Language Specialized Mathematics Introduction to Computer Applications Total Hours Prereq. CRH 9 L No. of Units W T CTH Second Semester NO 5 6 Code SRV 0 SRV 05 SRV 06 SRV 07 ENG 7 SRV Course Title Land survey ٢ Survey Drawing Photogrammetry Survey Computation Specialized English Professional Safety Prereq. SRV 0 SRV 0 SRV 0 ENG 0 CRH L No. of Units W T CTH 6 Total Hours 7 0

2 Third Semester NO 5 6 Code Course Title Prereq. CRH L No. of Units W T CTH SRV 08 Survey Drawing SRV 0 5 SRV 09 Land Survey SRV 0 5 SRV 0 Global Positioning System SRV 0 SRV Geodetic Survey SRV 07 MTH 7 Specialized English ENG 7 ISL 0 Islamic Culture Total Hours 7 NO Code Course Title Prereq. CRH L No. of Units W T CTH Fourth Semester SRV SRV ISL 0 SRV 5 ENG 6 ETH 0 ARB 0 Photogrammetry Geographic Information system Islamic Culture Remote Sensing Application Project Professional Ethics & Communication Skills Arabic Language SRV 06 SRV 05 ISL 0 SRV 0 SRV 09 5 Total Hours 6 0

3 Summer Semester NO Code SRV 99 Course Title CoOperative Training Prereq. CRH L No. of Units W T CTH 8 Weeks Total of Units Total Program's Units CRH L W T CTH CRH : Credit Hours L. : Lecture Hours W : Workshop/Laboratory Hours T : Tutorial Hours CTH : Contact Hours

4 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Land () Code SUR 0 Prerequisites Course Description:, its types and its importance with fair command of the use of Land Survey Instruments and methods of measurement in addition to the knowledge of directions and sources of errors. Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W T 0 General Goal : The candidate is requested to know surveying majors, its importance, the directions and their types as well as the instruments used in Land and methods of usage. He should also learn the methods of measuring and sources of errors. Behavioral Objectives: The candidate should Know the:, its importance and use. Maps and their types, map projection and its types. The candidate should be able to: Determine reference directions and the way they are used. Use of Land instruments with all their types. Gain the right ways of recording field information. Measure distances and angles using types of instruments and various ways of measurement. Secondary control points establishment.

5 Topics Introduction to surveying science and its types. Reference directions. Land surveying instruments, its use and calibration (measuring tape, theodolite, compass, level and total station). Methods and requirements of right recording of field information. Measuring methods. Establishment of secondary control points. Maps and projection. 5

6 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Introduction to survey science Definition of surveying, importance and usage. majors of surveying. branches. Classification of surveying works. of surveying identity, importance and its usage in urban and Future Planning. Reference Directions Whole circle bearing (W.C.B.). Quadrant bearing (Q.B.). Fore and back bearings. North reference directions. Determination methods of geographical north direction. Determination methods of magnetic north direction. of reference directions and methods of use. of directions functioning methods. Land Instruments Its Use And Calibration Types of Land surveying instruments. Tape Theodolite. Compass. Level. Total Station. Sources of errors. The absolute acquaintance of types of instruments and methods of use. The candidate should know that a great part of the projects costs depends on the types of the instruments and their accuracy. of the importance of overcoming surveying errors and how it affects Results. A, A 6

7 Hr s Contents The Right way of Recording of Field Information Methods and Requirements Requirements of the Right Recording. Methods of Recording and Field information highlight. Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives The acquisition of the suitable skills for the methods of recording the Field Information. 6 Measuring Methods Measuring distances. Measuring of horizontal and vertical angles. Acquiring the skill of measuring distances and angles by the use of all methods. A + Ground Control Points And Its Importance 8 Types of ground control points. How to use ground control points How to establish a secondary control point. of the importance of the control points. Candidates should acquire endurance and patience. Acquiring the skill of establishing a Secondary Control Point. A5 Maps 8 Definition. Types Updates What is the projection. Types of Projection of maps, map Projection and methods of maps update. 7

8 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Drawing () Code SUR 0 Prerequisites Course Description: This course contains different surveying symbols and technical terms and also includes all types of surveying drawings. Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W T 0 General Goal : The course target is to give the candidate a basic knowledge of how to draw all required surveying features, how to complete all technical elements, and how to produce maps. Behavioral Objectives: The trainee is requested to know all types of technical terms used in surveying maps. The trainee is requested to know drawing scales. The trainee capability of introducing the field information on maps. The trainee capability to obtain the information from surveying maps. Topics Introduction to surveying drawing. A Freehand drawing and reading of sketches. The tolls used in surveying drawing and its way of usage. The technical terms and elements. Scales. Cadastral maps drawing. Contour maps drawing. 8

9 Hr s Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives First Unit Introduction to surveying drawing The candidate is requested to know surveying drawing. Second Unit A Freehand drawing and sketch reading The candidate is to be trained on the right way of drawing and acquire freehand skills. Third Unit The tools used in surveying drawing and its way of usage The candidate is requested to know the tools used in surveying drawing. The candidate is requested to know the right way of using the drawing tools and how to keep them. Forth Unit Conventional Symbols and Technical Elements Making map border. axes recognition. Drawing the north arrow. Drawing a table to write a map data. Drawing conventional symbols table. The candidate is requested to know conventional symbols and terms. The candidate is requested to know all technical elements. 9

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11 Hr s Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives Fifth Unit Scales Types of scale. Choosing the suitable scale. Designing a longitudinal scale. The candidate is requested to know types of scale and to be trained on designing them. Sixth Unit Drawing of Cadastral Maps Drawing details by angle and distance method. Drawing details by coordinates method. The candidate knowledge of setting out and drawing cadastral details by different methods. A9+E Seventh Unit Drawing of Contour Maps Drawing a longitudinal and cross sections. Drawing a contour network. The candidate is requested to know how to draw the contour maps. G

12 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Calculation () Code SUR 0 Prerequisites Course Description: Semester Credit Hours This course consists of the knowledge of measuring systems, determining distances and L bearings, calculation of coordinates, areas, volumes, finding the quantities of cut and fill, dividing lands, Contact Hours W 0 modifying boundaries, recognizing sources of errors and methods of observations adjustment. T 0 General Goal: The aim of this course is to make trainee capable of doing essential calculations of different surveying works that have relation to his career. Behavioral Objectives: The candidate should be capable of: Doing transformation between systems of measurement. Calculations of distances, bearings, coordinates and elevations. The calculations of the areas and volumes of geometrical shapes. The calculations of the quantities of cut and fill.

13 Topics Systems of measurement. Systems of coordinates Calculation of distances. Calculation of bearings. Calculation of coordinates. Areas of geometrical shapes. Volumes and quantities of cut and fill.

14 Hr s Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives First Unit: Systems of Measurement Types of systems of measurements. Transformation between systems of measurements. The trainee is requested to be able to transfer between systems of measurement. B+B Second Unit: Systems of Coordinates Understanding coordinates. Calculation of different distances. The Trainee is to recognize the systems of coordinates. A7 Third Unit : Determination of Distances Types of distances. Calculation of different distances. The trainee is requested to be able to calculate (W.C.B) and (Q.B.). B Forth Unit : 6 Bearings (Azimuth) Types of Bearings. Calculation of different Bearings. The trainee is requested to be able to calculate (W.C.B) and (Q.B.). B+A7

15 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Fifth Unit: Calculation of Coordinates 6 Calculation of the Horizontal Components. Calculation of the Vertical Components. The trainee is to be able of calculating the areas of regular, irregular shapes and also calculate the areas by coordinates. A7 Sixth Unit: Calculation of Areas 8 Calculation of areas for the regular shapes. Calculation of areas for the irregular shapes. Calculation of areas by coordinates. The trainee is to be able to calculate the areas of regular, irregular shapes and also calculate the areas by coordinates. C Seventh Unit: Calculation of Volumes and Quantities of Cut and Fill 8 Calculation of volume for the regular shapes. Calculation of volume for the irregular shapes. Calculation of volume from contour lines. The trainee is to be able to calculate the areas of regular, irregular shapes and also calculate the quantities of cut and fill. B+C+ C+C+ C5 5

16 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Land () Code SUR 0 Prerequisites SUR 0 Course Description: Educating the candidate Levelling work, methods of setting out levelling works, checking work verification, and determining the basic requirements of precise levelling. Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W T 0 General Goal: The course is designed to give the candidate a basic knowledge of the levelling work, importance and method of working, determining the suitable instruments for mapping and setting out operations. The candidate should also learn how to determine the basic requirements for an accurate levelling with obstacles limitation in levelling operations and recognize errors sources and the methods to overcome them. Behavioral Objectives: The candidate should be capable of: Doing leveling work, its usage and its importance. Working with levelling instruments and its accessories. Determination of differences in elevations. Establishing levelling network. Making Levelling works for longitudinal and cross sections. Checking elevations. Knowing the obstacles in levelling works and how to overcome them. Determining sources of errors and how to overcome them. Determining the basic requirements for precise levelling. 6

17 Topics definitions of levelling works. Methods of determining difference in elevations (heights). Setting out levelling works. Levelling works for longitudinal and cross sections. Obstacles in levelling works and how to overcome them. Sources of errors in levelling works. The acceptable error in levelling works. Requirements of precise levelling. 7

18 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Definitions for Levelling Works The Importance and the Use of Levelling works. Mean Sea Level (Datum). Bench Mark (B.M.). Back Sight Reading (B.S.). Fore Sight Reading (F.S.). Intermediate Sight Reading (I.S.). Turning Point (T.P.). Height of Instrument (H.I.). Knowing the identity of Levelling works, its Importance and Use. Knowing the basic elements of levelling works. The ability to temporary adjustment of the level. The staff knowledge reading by the use of the level. Methods of Determination of difference of Elevations 9 Differential Levelling. Trigonometric Levelling. Barometric Levelling. Levelling by the Use of Measuring Tape. Acquaintance of all elevations methods and the extend need to each one of them. of the accuracy of the used method. G,G,G 9 Setting Out of Levelling Works Setting out of elevations. Setting out of horizontal and vertical curves. Acquiring the skill of Setting out elevations in the field. Knowing how to set out the curves G 8

19 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Levelling Works for Sections 8 Definition of types of sections and its importance. Levelling works for longitudinal sections. Levelling works for cross sections. The absolute acquaintance of the work Steps for the Longitudinal and Cross Sections. The verification of Levelling Works Start and End at Points of Known Elevation. Use the Differences Between the Back Sights and Fore Sights Readings. The candidate acquaintance to the suitable methods to check the work before leaving the site. G The obstacles in Levelling Works and the Methods to overcome them. The measurements that run on sloping ground. The instrument line of sight is above the point that should be observed. The Bench Mark is above the line of sight the instrument. In case of a lake it's hard to see the staff from the other side. In case of a long wide wall. In case of the difficulty of reading the staff when it is closer to the instrument. of the obstacles in levelling works and the methods to overcome them. Acquiring skill of overcoming obstacles. 9

20 Hrs Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Contents Behavioral Objectives Sources of Error in Levelling Works The accuracy of Instruments. Earth Curvature and rays refraction. The great difference in temperature. Nonhorizontality of the level. Nonverticality of the staff. Change the staff with another one. Non accuracy of staff reading. Nonstability of Turning Points. Lack of full concentration during reading. The work in a bad weather condition. A rung recording of the readings. Moving the instrument during the observation. Work in a state of exhaustion Carelessness. Lack of experience. Use of a wrong Bench Mark. The change between the back sight reading and the fore sightreading and vise versa. Non accuracy of arithmetical calculations. Recognizing sources of errors. Avoiding sources of errors before the observations start. 0

21 Allowable inaccuracy In Levelling Works Allowable inaccuracy in ordinary levelling. Allowable inaccuracy in precise levelling. The candidate is requested to know the required specification in levelling works. Hrs Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Contents Behavioral Objectives Precise Levelling Requirements Precise instruments. Special mathematical methods to distribute the allowable misclosure. Daily adjustment for the level. Adjust the verticality of the staff. Continuous control of the spirit level when taking a staff readings. The distance between the instrument and the staff should not exceed 50 meters. of the basic requirements for precise leveling before the start of observation operation.

22 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Drawing () Code SUR 05 Prerequisites SUR 0 Course Description: This course includes all types of Drawing by the use of modern computer programs for Drawing. Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W T 0 General Goal: The course is targeting to educate the candidate to draw all required features and complete all technical elements to produce maps by the use of a specialized computer programs (AutoCAD). Behavioral Objectives: The candidate is requested to know the most important drawing computer programs. The candidate is to be able to use the AutoCAD program that are used for Drawing. Topics Introduction to AutoCAD program (Designed for surveying). Cadastral (Detailed) applications and projects by the use of AutoCAD program with printing maps. Contour applications and projects by the use of AutoCAD program with printing maps.

23 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives First Unit: 0 Introduction To AutoCAD program (Designed for surveying) Introduction. orders. Preparing a drawing file. The Candidate is requested to know drawing program (AutoCAD) and how to prepare a drawing file. Second Unit: 0 Cadastral Maps Applied Projects With AutoCAD And Printing Maps A9+E Drawing details by angle and distance method. Drawing details by coordinates method. The Candidate is requested to know how to draw detailed project by the use of AutoCAD program and printing map. Third Unit: 6 Contour Maps Application Projects With AutoCAD And Printing Maps The Candidate is requested to know how to draw contour project by the use of AutoCAD program and printing map. G

24 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Photogrammetry Code SUR 06 Prerequisites Course Description: of how to use an Arial photographs for maps production and of different Arial photogrammetric applications. Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W T 0 General Goal : The course is designed to teach the candidate how to use different photogrammetric techniques to produce maps. Behavioral Objectives: The student should be capable of: Collecting information about the project site. Doing calculations related to the photo project. Establishing an Arial map to the site that should be photographed. Making the delivery of the map to photo department. Making an Arial triangulation with modern techniques. Drawing maps with different techniques. Checking the field features. Doing the essential modification to the map. Reviewing the map before printing.

25 Topics Introduction to Photogrammetry. Importance of Photogrammetry. History of Photogrammetry and stages of development. Arial cameras: components and types. Arial photos: elements, uses, over lapping, side lapping, and image interpretation. Flight planning. Calculation of flying elements; drawing flying plan. Photogrammetry instruments: Stereoscope instruments (how it works components) Mechanical instruments (how it works components) Analytical instruments (how it works components) Arial photos adjusting. 5

26 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Introduction to Photogrammetry Importance. History of Photogrammetry and development stages. The candidate is requested to know: The importance of Photogrammetry. History of Photogrammetry. Development stages of Photogrammetry. Arial Cameras Components. Types. The candidate is requested to know: Types of Arial cameras. Components of Arial Cameras. 6 Arial Photos Elements. Usage. Over and Side Lapping. Photo interpretation. The candidate is requested to know: Elements of Arial photos. Usage of Arial Photos. Over and Side Lapping. Photo interpretation. Flight Plan Calculating flying elements. Drawing flying plan. The candidate is requested to know the Flight plan, its drawing, and how to make calculations of flying elements. D 6

27 5 Photogrammetry Instrument: (how it works components) Stereoscope instruments (how it works components) Mechanical instruments (how it works components) Analytical instruments (how it works components) The candidate is requested to know: The components of arial Photogrammetry instruments and how it works. How to deal with arial Photogrammetry instruments. Hrs Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives Adjustment of Arial Photos The candidate is to be capable of : Arial photos adjustment to prepare them for Arial Photogrammetry operations. 7

28 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Calculation () Code SUR 07 Prerequisites SUR 0 Course Description: This course includes a general knowledge of dividing land, boundary modification, finding sources of errors, and methods of observations adjustment. Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W T 0 General Goal : The course target is coaching the trainee to make calculations of dividing land, boundary modification, and observations adjustment. Behavioral Objectives: The candidate should be capable of: Dividing the land and boundary modification. Specifying the sources of errors. Adjusting observation. Topics Dividing the land and boundary modification. Sources of error. Observation adjustment. Computer applications. 8

29 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives First Unit : 0 Division of a land and boundary modification The dividing of land. The Methods of land dividing. Boundaries modification The Trainee should master the process of dividing land and boundaries modification. C Second Unit : 0 Sources of errors Types of errors. Sources of errors. The Trainee should have an early warning against errors and how to overcome and correct them. A8 Third Unit : 8 Observations adjustment Adjustment of longitudinal measurements. Adjustment of angular measurements. Allowable observation accuracy. The Trainee should adjust observations. A8 9

30 Forth Unit : Computer computation applications The usage of computer programs to Design different observation and calculation tables. The trainee capability of completely designing tables with computer programs such as Microsoft Excel The candidate capability of varied computations: Areas, volumes and matrices. A8 0

31 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Drawing () Code SUR 08 Prerequisites SUR 0 Course Description: This course includes all types of Drawing by the use of modern computer programs for Drawing. Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W T 0 General Goal : The course target is teaching the candidate how to draw all required features and complete all technical elements to produce maps by the use of a specialized computer program (Microstation). Behavioral Objectives: The trainee is requested to know the most important drawing computer programs. The capability of the use of Microstation program used for Drawing. Topics Introduction to Microstation program (Oriented for surveying). Cadastral (Detailed) applications and projects by the use of Microstation program and printing maps. Contour applications and projects by the use of Microstation program and printing maps.

32 Hr s Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives First Unit: 5 Introduction To Microstation program (Oriented for surveying) Introduction. commands. Preparing a drawing file. The candidate is requested to know a drawing program Microstation and how to prepare a drawing file. Second Unit: 5 Cadastral Map Applied Projects With Microstation And Printing Maps A9+E Drawing details by angle and distance method. Drawing details by coordinates method. of how to draw detailed project by the use of Microstation program and printing map. Third Unit: Contour Map Applied Projects With Microstation And Printing Maps of how to draw contour map project by the use of Microstation program and printing map. G

33 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Land () Code SUR 09 Prerequisites SUR 0 Course Description: Educating the candidate mapping and setting out by the use of suitable instruments. Semester Credit Hours L Contact Hours W T 0 General Goal : Teaching the Candidate mapping and setting out in addition to a well of all land surveying instruments and how to use and calibrate them. Behavioral Objectives: The candidate should be capable of: Determination of suitable instruments. Determination of suitable reference points. Establishment of Secondary Control Points. Observation of the features which in the site. Setting out the observations and the features. Uploading the instruments with data and downloading it to computer sets. Setting out horizontal and vertical curves. Topics Mapping. Setting out features in three dimensions. Setting out horizontal and vertical curves.

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35 Hr s Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives for Mapping 8 Reconnaissance of the site. Determination of suitable instruments. Determination of suitable reference points. Fixing and observing the auxiliary control points for surveying. Observing the features found in the site. Saving the data in the instruments and download it to computer set. Setting Out Features Site Reconnaissance skill. of features observation. of codes used for observation operation. acquiring a skill of an auxiliary points establishing which is necessary for detailed cutting out of using the attached programs with the observations instruments and computer programs. A,A,A6, B Reconnaissance of the site. Determination of suitable instruments. Setting out horizontal and vertical features. Setting Out Curves of Setting out horizontal and vertical features. A,A.B5 Setting out horizontal curves. Setting out vertical curves. of Setting out curves. B,B5 5

36 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Global Positioning System Code SUR 0 Prerequisites SUR 0 Course Description: This course includes what is Global Positioning System (GPS) Definition, usage and applications. Semester Credit Hours L Contact Hours W T 0 General Goal : This course aim is to explain to the candidate the Global Positioning System, how to use it in surveying observation and how to deal with its observation. Behavioral Objectives: The trainee is requested to know Global Positioning System and its components. The trainee observation to the use of the modern observation instruments. The trainee should be able to deal with observations. Topics Introduction to the Global Positioning System. Components of the Global Positioning System. Observation methods. Accuracy elements and sources of errors. Observation with the receiver. Field applications. 6

37 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives First Unit: Introduction to the Global Positioning System System working idea. Global Positioning System uses. Global Positioning System coordinates. Second Unit: The candidate is requested to know the Global Positioning System idea. To know the aim of Global Positioning System. 8 Global Positioning System components Space segment. Control segment. Users segment (receivers). The candidate is requested to know Global Positioning System components To know functions of each segment. Third Unit: Observation Methods 8 Static observation. kinematics observation. The candidate is requested to know observation methods. To know observation methods, its office and field steps. 7

38 Fourth Unit: Global Positioning System sources of errors and accuracy elements. Sources of errors. Accuracy elements. The candidate is requested to know sources of errors and accuracy elements. Hrs Fifth Unit: Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives Observation with receiver 5 Office work stage before starting the work. Field work stage. Office work stage after finishing the work. The candidate is requested to know the receiving instruments ideas. To know how it works. A Sixth Unit: Field Application A 5 Station fixing. Getting points coordinates with kinematics observation technique. (GPS) complete project. The candidate is to do various field applications in how to observe by (GPS). 8

39 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Geodetic Code SUR Prerequisites SUR 07 Course Description: This course includes a general introduction in Geodetic and training on establishing triangulation network. Semester Credit Hours L Contact Hours W T 0 General Goal : Training the candidate on establishing triangulation network where it is used in different engineering projects. Behavioral Objectives: The trainee is requested to know the general aim of Geodetic. The trainee should be able to establish triangulation network. The trainee should be able to observe the triangulation network. Topics Introduction to Geodetic. Coordinates. Triangulation network. Trigonometric and precise levelling. The including practical training. 9

40 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Introduction to Geodetic Definition of geodesy. Classification of geodetic surveying. The candidate is requested to know Geodetic. D The coordinates Systems of coordinates related to geodetic surveying. The candidate is requested to know systems coordinates and the relation between them. D Triangulation network 6 Triangulation networks. Triangulation networks orders. Types of networks. Network elements. Strength of figure. The candidate is requested to know Triangulation networks. D Trigonometric and precise levelling 9 Precise levelling. Trigonometric levelling. The candidate is requested to know trigonometric and precise levelling. D 0

41 practical training Reconnaissance. Fixing network stations. Network observations. Observations adjustment. Computation of the network stations coordinates. Complete the work by computer. The candidate is requested to know how to find suitable positions for triangulation network stations. Network observations training. Using the computer to draw the network map. D

42 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Photogrammetry () Code SUR Prerequisites SUR 06 Course Description: Teaching how to use Arial photos for map production and also knowing the different Arial Photogrammetric applications. Semester Credit Hours L Contact Hours W T 0 General Goal : The course is designed to teach the candidate how to use different photogrammetric techniques used to produce types of maps. Behavioral Objectives: The candidate should be capable of: Collecting information about the project site. Calculations related to the photos project. Establishing an Arial map to the site that should be photographed. Operation of handing over the map to photo department. Arial triangulation with modern techniques. Maps drawing with different techniques. Checking up the field features. Essential modification to the map. Rechecking the map before printing.

43 Topics o o Digital Photogrammetry. Introduction to Digital Photogrammetry. Digital Photogrammetry instruments and how to use them Digital Photogrammetry photos adjustment. Absolute, relative and inner orientation. Arial triangulation. Map drawing project. Model boundaries determination. Drawing existing features inside model boundaries. Drawing review and errors overcoming. Field check. Adding the lost features. Approving and plotting the map.

44 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Digital Photogrammetry To be able to : 0 Introduction to digital Photogrammetry. Digital Photogrammetry instruments and how to use them Digital Arial Photos adjustment. Absolute, relative and inner orientation. Arial triangulation. Know the meaning of digital Photogrammetry through studying digital Photogrammetric surveying. Know the digital Photogrammetry instruments. Adjust the Arial photos. Do Absolute, relative and inner orientation. Know Arial triangulation operation and how to do it. E Map drawing project To be able to : Determination the boundaries of the model. Drawing the existing features which are inside the model boundaries. Reviewing the drawing and overcoming the errors. Adding the lost features. Approving and plotting the map. Determine the work area of the model he works on. Draw all the existing features which are inside the model boundaries. Review the drawing and overcome the errors. Check Arial photos in the field for the lost and unclear features. Add and draw the features obtained from the field check. Approve and plot the map. E+E

45 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Geographical Information System Code SUR Prerequisites SUR 05 Course Description: Learn Geographical Information System, how it works and the required applications. Semester Credit Hours L Contact Hours W T 0 General Goal : This course is aiming to let the candidate know the Geographical Information System, how to establish it, its work, and the expecting uses. Behavioral Objectives: The trainee should be able to: Understand The Geographical Information System (GIS) its (components, information and operations). Determine the importance of the Geographical Information System (GIS). Determine the beneficiary of the Geographical Information System (GIS). Use the database. Use some different variety of programs to apply the Geographical Information System (GIS). 5

46 Topics Introduction to the Geographical Information System (GIS). Geographical Information System (components, information and operations). The suitable maps for Geographical Information System applications. The different channels for collecting data. Planning for collecting the field data. Entering the field data. Analyzing data to get the required information. Outputting the results in tables and maps shape. 6

47 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Introduction to Geographical Information System 5 Geographical Information System definition. Geographical Information System applications according to organizations and departments orientations. The candidate is requested to know the importance of Geographical Information System. To know the interests of Geographical Information System. 5 Geographical Information System components, information and operations The basic components of the information system. Place data. Place relations. Information contribution and types of contribution. The candidate is requested to know Geographical Information System components and the importance of its contribution. To know place data. To know place relations and how they contribute. 5 The suitable maps for Geographical Information System Types of maps and its accuracy according to the Geographical System uses. Determination of the suitable maps for Geographical Information System applications. The candidate is requested to know maps importance for the (GIS). The candidate is requested to acquire the skill of determination of the suitable maps. To know the maps sources and how to get them. 7

48 7 The different channels for collecting data Systems of collecting data from the maps. Total stations. Photogrammetry. Remote sensing. Global Positioning System (GPS). The candidate is requested to know ways of collecting information which support (GIS). F Hrs Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives 5 Planning for collecting field data Suitable maps for survey or data collection. Prepare and classify data collection forms. Preparing active suitable automated ways to collect information. The candidate is to be trained on how to collect information in the right way. F Entering the field data Database used in the place Information Systems. Contributing information to geographical positions. Verifying entered data. To know types of used databases. To know right ways of data entry. F 8

49 7 Analyzing data and doing the required information. Analyzing data used in Geographical Information System. Using the suitable information for Analyzing data. The candidate is requested to acquire the skill of analyzing used data. The candidate is requested to know how to make and use the required information to analyze data. F Outputting the results in tables and maps shape F 5 Methods of results output. Design the required tables and maps. The candidate is requested to acquire the skill of designing the required tables and maps. 9

50 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Vocational Safety Code SUR Prerequisites Course Description: This course obtains information about the useful skills which are so useful for the trainee to increase his specialized knowledge through different channels such as regular magazines, meetings, exchanging mutual experience between his colleagues. Also, the course helps the trainee know about how to work in complete safety. Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W 0 T 0 General Goal : To make the trainee be able to upgrade his skills through reading, training, and how to take care about himself, his team and also about the devices he got. Behavioral Objectives: The trainee should be able to: Update himself with new working methods. Use the first aid tools. Perform the first aid process by himself. Restoring Instruments in their right places. Use the Instruments in the right way. Topics An introduction to Vocational Safety. First aid. Safety in the working place. Treatment and the methods of developing the career. 50

51 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives First Aid An Introduction to Vocational Safety The trainee should know what the vocational Survey is and why he should study this course The trainee should be able to: Perform the first aid by himself. 7 Safety in the working place : Personal safety. Instruments safety. The trainee should be able to : Take care of himself while working. Take care of Instruments while working. 5 Dealing and the methods of developing the career. honesty : Defining honesty and its utility. Honesty in performing works. Honesty in Dealings. Treatments : Dealing with workmates. Dealing with employers. Dealing with Instruments. Handling working problems Career manners. The methods of developing career. The trainee should be able to: Be honest in his behaviors and his dealings Treat with both workmates and employers. Treat with Instruments. Handling working problems Update himself and his career by attending meetings and arenas. Use internet and programs in developing his career. Use the specialized books in developing his career. Meetings. Training courses. Specialized magazines. Programs. Internet. H H H H 5

52 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Geodetic Code SUR Prerequisites SUR 07 Course Description: This course includes a general introduction in Geodetic and training on establishing triangulation network. Semester Credit Hours L Contact Hours W T 0 General Goal : Training the candidate on establishing triangulation network where it is used in different engineering projects. Behavioral Objectives: The trainee is requested to know the general aim of Geodetic. The trainee should be able to establish triangulation network. The trainee should be able to observe the triangulation network. Topics Introduction to Geodetic. Coordinates. Triangulation network. Trigonometric and precise levelling. The including practical training. 5

53 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Introduction to Geodetic Definition of geodesy. Classification of geodetic surveying. The candidate is requested to know Geodetic. D The coordinates Systems of coordinates related to geodetic surveying. The candidate is requested to know systems coordinates and the relation between them. D Triangulation network 6 Triangulation networks. Triangulation networks orders. Types of networks. Network elements. Strength of figure. The candidate is requested to know Triangulation networks. D Trigonometric and precise levelling 9 Precise levelling. Trigonometric levelling. The candidate is requested to know trigonometric and precise levelling. D 5

54 practical training Reconnaissance. Fixing network stations. Network observations. Observations adjustment. Computation the network stations coordinates. Complete the work by computer. The candidate is requested to know how to find suitable positions for triangulation network stations. Network observations training. Using the computer to draw the network map. D 5

55 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Photogrammetry () Code SUR Prerequisites SUR 06 Course Description: Teaching how to use Arial photos for map production and also knowing the different Arial Photogrammetric applications. Semester Credit Hours L Contact Hours W T 0 General Goal : The course is designed to teach the candidate how to use different photogrammetric techniques used to produce types of maps. Behavioral Objectives: The candidate should be capable of: Collecting information about the project site. Calculations related to the photos project. Establishing an Arial map to the site that should be photographed. Operation of handing over the map to photo department. Arial triangulation with modern techniques. Maps drawing with different techniques. Checking up the field features. Essential modification to the map. Rechecking the map before printing. 55

56 Topics o o Digital Photogrammetry. Introduction to Digital Photogrammetry. Digital Photogrammetry instruments and how to use them. Digital Photogrammetry photos adjustment. Absolute, relative and inner orientation. Arial triangulation. Map drawing project. Model boundaries determination. Drawing existing features inside model boundaries. Drawing review and errors overcoming. Field check. Adding the lost features. Approving and plotting the map. 56

57 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Digital Photogrammetry To be able to : 0 Introduction to digital Photogrammetry. Digital Photogrammetry instruments and how to use them. Digital Arial Photos adjustment. Absolute, relative and inner orientation. Arial triangulation. Know the meaning of digital Photogrammetry through studying digital Photogrammetric surveying. Know the digital Photogrammetry instruments. Adjust the Arial photos. Do Absolute, relative and inner orientation. Know Arial triangulation operation and how to do it. E Map drawing project To be able to : Determination the boundaries of the model. Drawing the existing features which are inside the model boundaries. Reviewing the drawing and overcoming the errors. Adding the lost features. Approving and plotting the map. Determine the work area of the model he works on. Draw all the existing features which are inside the model boundaries. Review the drawing and overcome the errors. Check Arial photos in the field for the lost and unclear features. Add and draw the features obtained from the field check. Approve and plot the map. E+E 57

58 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Geographical Information System Code SUR Prerequisites SUR 05 Course Description: Learn Geographical Information System, how it works and the required applications. Semester Credit Hours L Contact Hours W T 0 General Goal : This course is aiming to let the candidate know the Geographical Information System, how to establish it, its work and the expecting uses. Behavioral Objectives: The trainee should be able to: Understand The Geographical Information System (GIS) its (components, information and operations). Determine the importance of the Geographical Information System (GIS). Determine the beneficiary of the Geographical Information System (GIS). Use the data base. Use some different variety of programs to apply the Geographical Information System (GIS). 58

59 Topics Introduction to the Geographical Information System (GIS). Geographical Information System (components, information and operations). The suitable maps for Geographical Information System applications. The different channels for collecting data. Planning for collecting the field data. Entering the field data. Analyzing data to get the required information. Outputting the results in tables and maps shape. 59

60 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives Introduction to Geographical Information System 5 Geographical Information System definition. Geographical Information System applications according to organizations and departments orientations. The candidate is requested to know the importance of Geographical Information System. To know the interests of Geographical Information System. 5 Geographical Information System components, information and operations The basic components of the information system. Place data. Place relations. Information contribution and types of contribution. The candidate is requested to know Geographical Information System components and the importance of its contribution. To know place data. To know place relations and how they contribute. 5 The suitable maps for Geographical Information System Types of maps and its accuracy according to the Geographical System uses. Determination of the suitable maps for Geographical Information System applications. The candidate is requested to know maps importance for the (GIS). The candidate is requested to acquire the skill of determination of the suitable maps. To know the maps sources and how to get them. 60

61 7 The different channels for collecting data Systems of collecting data from the maps. Total stations. Photogrammetry. Remote sensing. Global Positioning System (GPS). The candidate is requested to know ways of collecting information which support (GIS). F Hrs Contents Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Behavioral Objectives 5 Planning for collecting field data Suitable maps for survey or data collection. Prepare and classify data collection forms. Preparing active suitable automated ways to collect information. The candidate is to be trained on how to collect information in the right way. F Entering the field data Database used in the place Information Systems. Contributing information to geographical positions. Verifying entered data. To know types of used databases. To know right ways of data entry. F 6

62 7 Analyzing data and doing the required information. Analyzing data used in Geographical Information System. Using the suitable information for Analyzing data. The candidate is requested to acquire the skill of analyzing used data. The candidate is requested to know how to make and use the required information to analyze data. F Outputting the results in tables and maps shape F 5 Methods of results output. Design the required tables and maps. The candidate is requested to acquire the skill of designing the required tables and maps. 6

63 Department Civil & Architectural Technology Major Course Title Vocational Safety Code SUR Prerequisites Course Description: This course obtains information about the useful skills which are so useful for the trainee to increase his specialized knowledge through different channels such as regular magazines, meetings, exchanging mutual experience between his colleagues. The course also helps the trainee know safety measures Semester Credit Hours Contact Hours L W 0 T 0 General Goal : To make the trainee be able to upgrade his skills through reading, training, and how to take care about himself, his team and also about the devices he got. 6

64 Behavioral Objectives: The trainee should be able to: Update himself with new working methods. Use the first aid tools. Perform the first aid process by himself. Restoring Instruments in their right places. Use the Instruments in the right way. Topics An introduction to Vocational Safety. First aid. Safety in the working place. Treatment and the methods of developing the career. 6

65 Detailed Curriculum (Theory) Hrs Contents Behavioral Objectives First Aid An Introduction to Vocational Safety The trainee should know what the vocational Survey is and why he should study this course The trainee should be able to: Perform the first aid by himself. 7 Safety in the working place : Personal safety. Instruments safety. The trainee should be able to : Take care of himself while working. Take care of Instruments while working. 5 Dealings and the methods of developing the career. honesty : Defining honesty and its utility. Honesty in performing works. Honesty in treatments. Treatments : Dealing with workmates. Dealing with employers. Dealing with Instruments. Handling working problems Career manners. The methods of developing career. The trainee should be able to: Be honest in his behaviors and his Dealings Treat with both workmates and employers. Deal with Instruments. Handling working problems Update himself and his career by attending meetings and arenas. Use internet and programs in developing his career. Use the specialized books in developing his career. Meetings. Training courses. Specialized magazines. Programs. Internet. H H H H 65

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