In this program, you will learn how apply engineering principles to real-world problems, including how to perform field surveys, test and analyze construction materials, and design hydraulic systems. Coursework also offers training in computer-aided drafting.

Program graduates are prepared to enter careers in building design and construction, highway and infrastructure design and construction, and construction management under the supervision of engineers and designers/builders.

You may choose to enter the workforce after graduation or continue your education at a four year-institution. Many graduates transfer to four-year colleges to obtain advanced degrees in Civil Engineering Technology or related fields.

This program is offered by the Engineering, Architecture and Manufacturing Department.

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NOTE: Additional educational requirements and/or certifications may be needed for some careers.

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The Center for Careers and Transfer provides career resources and services and help in identifying your skills and interests and how they connect to career possibilities. Transfer counseling services are also available and a list of transfer agreements are posted.

Get in Touch

Department or program information:

Joseph Dana
Engineering, Architecture and Manufacturing DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSON
Hudson Hall, Room 129

Program admission information:

Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 223