If you have a vision for how the world should be constructed, below and above ground, consider a career in Civil Engineering – one of the world’s oldest engineering disciplines! In the nationally-accredited Civil Engineering Technology program, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge to become a member of civil engineering teams that are responsible for building, maintaining, and restoring roads, bridges, buildings, water distribution systems, and pipelines. Courses are focused on applying professionalism towards drafting, surveying, construction methods, costing, quality control, inspections, and laboratory testing.
You will gain practical, hands-on experience in the College’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) laboratories and through surveying training using Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) scanning equipment, point cloud management software, and electronic survey equipment that’s interfaced with survey and drafting software. In addition, to meet the demand for structural steel detailers, you will learn automated structural detailing.
Qualified students may have the opportunity to gain summer work experiences in the construction, consulting, and government sectors through the Infrastructure Opportunities Program (IOP) and the Municipal Engineering Opportunities Program (MEOP).
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