Civil Engineering Technology

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Overview
The Civil Engineering Technology curriculum provides the application of relevant theory of engineering needed by technicians to carry out planning and supervisory tasks in the construction of transportation systems, residential and commercial buildings, bridges, dams, and water and waste-water treatment.

Course work includes the communication and computational skills required to support the fields such as environmental technology, and surveying. Additional coursework will cover the operation of computers and application software including computer-aided drafting.

    Civil Engineering Technology Degree:

      Civil Engineering AAS Degree A 14040 Flyer

      Civil Engineering Tech. Certificates with a Specialization in Construction Materials Testing (C40140-C1)

      Civil Engineering Tech. Certificate with a Specialization in Project Supervision (C40140-C2)

      Civil Engineering Tech. Certificate Specialization in Civil Engineering Technology Pathway (C40140-C3)

        Degree Awarded
        The Associate in Applied Science Degree - Civil Engineering Technology is awarded by the College upon completion of this program.

        Career Opportunities

        Civil Engineering Technology graduates find jobs with the North Carolina Department of Transportation, general and specialty contractors, engineering materials testing laboratories, engineering material suppliers, engineering material fabricators, commercial and residential developers, consulting engineering companies, municipalities, and environmental firms. Graduates may become North Carolina licensed general or specialty contractors and operate their own businesses. Job titles include estimator, construction superintendent, project manager, materials testing technician, engineering design aid, technical representative, construction surveyor, and inspector.

        Program Accreditation
        The Civil Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.

        Get Started:
        http://www.cpcc.edu/getstarted