Civil Engineering Technology
The Associate in Science in Civil Engineering Technology Program provides the broad background needed for employment and advancement in industries that require knowledge and skills to work as technologists who help civil engineers. Students will acquire skills in computer-aided design (CAD), construction estimating and an introduction to construction materials and methods. In the second year of the program students will build on this knowledge base and study soils, hydrology, surveying, concrete testing, asphalt production, and roadway construction to develop the skills needed in a wide variety of infrastructure projects and employment opportunities readily available in municipalities and private industry.
- Estimated Length of Program: 2 years
- Credential Awarded: Associate in Science in Civil Engineering Technology
I went into the Civil Engineering Technology program as a young student at STCC not knowing anything about the field, but I came out with my degree loving it. After working as a civil engineer for several years, I started teaching. Civil engineers specialize in areas such as structural analysis, transportation, soils and foundations, water resources, and environmental engineering. I tell my first-year students we make civilization possible. Our jobs are extremely important.Cynthia DeSellier, Class of 2000, STCC professor
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