The Associate in Science (AS) in Civil Engineering Technology program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the Architecture and Construction fields. The content includes but is not limited to surveying, highway design, soils and foundations, photogrammetry, asphalt design, drainage and geology, concrete design, orientation to utilities, structural design, estimating, drafting, legal and ethical considerations, employability skills, leadership and human relations skills, health and safety, and supportive general education. Computer use is essential. Technical report writing, record keeping and mathematical computations are important aspects of this occupation.
This program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of 63 credit hours in the following areas: 18 credit hours of General Education Requirements, 19 credit hours of Civil Engineering Technology Foundation Core Requirements, 24 or 25 credit hours of Advanced Core Requirements, and 1 or 2 Elective credits.
Many courses require prerequisites. Check the description of each course in the list below to check for prerequisites, minimum grade requirements, and other restrictions related to the course. Students must complete all prerequisites for a course prior to registering for it.
Students must fulfill all requirements of their program major after which, students must complete an application for graduation through the Office of the Registrar and enroll in the GRD 2000 course the semester in which they intend to graduate. Students must apply for graduation by the published deadline to be assured of final clearance for graduation, timely receipt of their diploma, and participation in the commencement ceremony.