Land Surveying, A.A.S.

The Land Surveying, AAS degree program is granted by Metropolitan Community College, but coordinated at JCCC.

This program leads to an associate in applied science degree which provides students with the experience and knowledge they need to take the exam to become a land surveyor.

The JCCC land surveying program is offered to Johnson County residents in cooperation with MCC-Longview Community College. The support courses are held at JCCC. Program course and credit hours are subject to change because of the requirement changes at the degree-granting institution. It is the student's responsibility to check with a JCCC counselor or advisor before enrollment. Contact MCC-Longview Community College at 816-672-2510 for an application packet, which includes deadlines, program prerequisites and admission requirements. Visit http://mcckc.edu

Note: Johnson County Community College students should seek specific counsel from the MCC program personnel for the appropriate course plan and numbers.

Johnson County Community College students should refer to Cooperative Program Information.

Degree Granted by Metropolitan Community College

Associate of Applied Science Degree

General Education Requirements-must be taken at JCCC

ENGL 121Composition I*3
ENGL 122Composition II*3
ENGL 123Technical Writing I*3
SPD 121Public Speaking3
MATH 171
  & MATH 172
College Algebra*
   and Trigonometry*
5-6
or MATH 173 Precalculus*
GEOS 140
  & GEOS 141
Physical Geography
   and Physical Geography Lab*
4-5
or ASTR 122 Astronomy
MATH 181Statistics*3
American Institutions (choose one from the following list):3
U.S. History to 1877
U.S. History Since 1877
Survey of Economics
Economics I
Ethics
Political Science
American National Government
State and Local Government

Specific Program Requirements-may be taken at JCCC

ENGR 180Engineering Land Surveying I*3
ENTR 142Fast Trac Business Plan3

Specific Program Requirements-taken at MCC-Longview

COLL 100First Year Seminar1
POLS 153The Missouri Constitution1
ETEC 152Engineering Graphics & CADD I5
GEOG 120Introduction to Geographic Information Systems3
SRVY 137Subdivision Planning and Layout3
SRVY 235Advanced Surveying3
SRVY 236Boundary Control and Legal Principles3
SRVY 237Evidence and Procedures for Boundary Location3
SRVY 244Fundamentals of GPS Surveying3

Specific Program Requirements-taken at JCCC or MCC-Longview

Choose TWO courses from the following list:
ACCT 121Accounting I3
DRAF 230Intermediate CAD: AutoCAD*3
OR
ETEC 369CADD II -MCC course4
SRVY 220GIS Database and Design -MCC course3

Total Program Hours: 64-67