THAT TRANSLATES INTO
JOB OPENINGS BETWEEN 2016-2026
Will you help address the major infrastructure challenges of the 21st century, like water quality, climate change and crumbling roads and bridges? The Vermont Tech Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology program students are problem-solvers. Graduates pursue careers in civil engineering like surveying, materials testing, construction, structural design, water and wastewater treatment, storm water design, and solid waste management. Depending on what you choose, you can work outdoors on construction and surveying projects, or indoors in design and estimating offices.
Our labs are well-equipped and include modern surveying tools, a high-tech stream table to study water flow and erosion, soils and material testing equipment, and state-of-the-art computer stations with CAD software.
If you complete the Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology program, you can pursue a bachelor’s degree seamlessly in Vermont Tech’s Architectural Engineering Technology or Construction Management programs. Students who declare their major in a bachelor degree program in their second year don’t have to reapply to the college. You’re guaranteed admission as long as you meet the GPA requirements of the bachelor degree.
Any student completing this program can continue for a 2+2 bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering Technology, Business Technology & Management, Construction Management, or Renewable Energy.
A student with an Associate of Engineering in Civil & Environmental Engineering Technology will be able to:
Educational objectives that are demonstrated during their workforce careers include:
The program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
2016 Median Pay (Civil Engineering Technicians) vs. National Median for All occupations (2016), Source: BLS
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