Civil Engineering Technology

Associate Degree

About the Program

Civil Engineering Technology graduates play a major role in the design and construction of airports, bridges, highways, pipelines, and water and sewage systems. They can become professionally licensed land surveyors, steel detailers, construction superintendents, civil engineering technologists and technicians, engineering design assistants, cost estimators and public works technicians. To perform this work, civil engineering technicians must possess knowledge and skills in such technical areas as surveying, construction materials and cost estimating, structures, hydraulics, project management and use of computers.

This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. See the program's Outcomes Assessment Plan and Process.

Learning experiences for students in Engineering Technology programs are provided at the Northeast Campus in classrooms and state-of-the-art labs in the Engineering Technology and Science Classroom Building.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Students are required to purchase an Engineering Graphing calculator.

 

Courses

General Education Course Requirements Show

IDClass TitleCH
ENG-101 English Comp I 3
ENG-102 English Comp II 3
MAT-110 College Algebra 3
AET-202 History of Architecture 3
  Approved Social/Behavioral Science Course 3
 Credit Hours15

Major Course Requirements Show

Additional Course Requirements Show

IDClass TitleCH
AET-105 Construction Documents 3
EGT-257 Advanced Civil Cad 3
MAT-111 College Trigonometry 3
CET-205 Surveying II 4
CET-220 Concrete and Steel Design 3
CET-218 Hydraulics 3
CET-216 Soil Mechanics 3
CET-235 Construction Methods and Estimating 3
  Civil Engineering Technology Elective 3
  Mathematics/Science Elective 3
 Credit Hours31
 Total Credit Hours65
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