Civil Engineering (CET)
View the required classes for the Associate in Civil Engineering program.
GIS 1100 – Introduction to GIS offered through the Workforce Development
Department is an elective for the Associate Degree in Civil Engineering program.
Transfer Articulations and Cooperative Agreements
The Associate of Science (AAS) in Civil Engineering Technology program will immerse
you in a broad, science-based curriculum and vault you toward your desire to succeed
in the field of engineering. This cutting-edge program spotlights:
- Geotechnical design
- Foundation materials testing
- Materials science analysis and testing
- Hydraulics and hydrology
- Computer assisted drawing
If this focus fuels your desire to drive toward a promising career in engineering,
then take a look at this line-up of job opportunities that await you when you earn
your AAS degree in Civil Engineering Technology:
- Assisting in the design and supervision of highway and construction projects
- Engaging in materials analysis and testing
- Assisting consulting engineers in private practice
- Inspecting water treatment systems
- Estimating costs, specifying materials to be used, and participating in the design
of highways, dams, and other structures
Use the knowledge you'll gain in science, engineering, mathematics, machinery, and
technical processes through this program to score in the ever-challenging engineering
- Demonstrate and understand surveying techniques and be able to use AUTO CAD in a
- Demonstrate the ability to integrate computing skills in engineering applications.
- Analyze and solve engineering problems in the areas of: water treatment and transit,
earth projects, highway construction, and statics.
- Be familiar with and perform common engineering lab tests for water, soil, and concrete.