Would you like to help design and build roads, bridges, and utilities? Maybe you’re interested in commercial, industrial, or residential land development projects?
If so, State Tech's Civil Engineering Technology program could be the perfect fit for you.
Civil Engineering Technology prepares graduates to fill an important role in the development and rehabilitation of essential infrastructure that is relied on daily.
As you complete this curriculum, you will learn to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers engaged in a wide variety of projects.
As a graduate, you will typically work with licensed engineers or other professionals. The responsibilities for a civil engineering technician will depend on the particular needs of the employer and will be as varied as the profession.
This degree is transferable to select four-year programs related to construction management and technology management.
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To be considered for the Civil Engineering Technology program, you must meet these application requirements.