Civil and Construction Engineering Technology Associate

Pave your way to a new career—better yet, help design the whole roadway. Consider the possibilities with an associate degree in civil and construction engineering technology.

What You'll Study

Through classroom preparation, you'll be an asset to your future employer as you pump out engineering documents, field and lab test construction materials, survey the land, and even determine forces and stresses in structural systems.

You'll gain expertise through a two-year schedule of courses that will prepare you to support civil engineers with your skills in structural design, public works, construction, inspection, transportation and environmental engineering. You'll be right in the middle of the action as large-scale projects come to life.

Most graduates with an associate degree are hired by governmental agencies, consulting engineers, architects and contractors. The graduation rate for this program is 63.7%.


  • Civil and Construction Engineering Technology Associate

    All students pursuing the associate degree will complete two years of coursework with emphasis on math, mechanics, surveying and structural analysis/design. Students will complete a core curriculum in both civil design and construction management with electives in each that allow students to focus in either concentration.

    A civil design concentration is best suited for students who want to focus on the planning and design phase of new projects, while a construction management concentration is a tailored option for CCET majors who would rather be on the job site managing the hands-on elements of new construction projects.

    After achieving the associate degree, students have the option of completing two years of additional coursework to earn the bachelor's degree in Civil and Construction Engineering Technology.

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