Prereq.:CE 3500 or equivalent surveying course.2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Understanding of spatial positioning capabilities available using satellite positioning system (GPS) receivers to calculate positions and to evaluate results; topics include classical geodetic methods, geometric geodesy, GPS receivers, static and kinematic GPS surveys, GPS computations, GPS mapping, vertical GPS and gravimetric geodesy; lab includes demonstration and hands-on use of GPS equipment and software.