Civil Engineering Technology
The Civil Engineering Technology program is designed to offer students the training necessary to establish careers in civil engineering technology fields. Career options include materials testing; residential and highway surveying; highway construction management; construction documentation; civil & survey mapping; construction site design and waste-water management.
Progression in the Civil Engineering Technology Program is contingent upon achievement of a grade “C” or greater in each technical and mathematics course with a maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average or above (based on a 4.0 scale).
|Any courses with ACH, BRX, CAD, CET, COE, GIS, and SMT prefixes|
|CAR 126||Intro to Construction||3|
|CAR 127||Intro to Construction - Lab||1|
|CAR 140||Surveying & Foundations||3|
|CAR 141||Surveying & Foundations-Lab||2|
|PLW 100||Introduction to Engineering Design||4|
|PLW 125||Principles of Engineering||4|
|PLW 225||Civil Engineering and Architecture||4|
|PLW 295||Engineering Design and Development||4|
|TRU 100||Truck Driving||6|
|This list is not all inclusive. Other courses may be taken as approved by the program coordinator.|