Plan Your Career in ET - Civil Engineering Technology
Improve our nation’s infrastructure by designing and constructing the next generation of bridges, buildings, dams, highways, treatment facilities and supply pipelines. Hands-on classroom and lab experiences prepare civil engineering technology graduates for dynamic careers in construction and engineering technology firms across the country. The Engineering Technology - Civil Engineering Technology program awards an Associate of Applied Science Degree and features:
Hands-on coursework in Construction Materials & Testing, Surveying, Soils, Mapping, Green Construction and Structural & Foundation Design.
Construction document production with heavy emphasis on computer aided drafting (CAD) including the latest AutoCAD, Civil 3D and Sketchup software.
Develop skills used for entry in Ohio’s growing oil and gas industry.
Engineering Technology, Civil Engineering Technology graduates who wish to continue their education are eligible to complete their technical bachelor’s degree at several Ohio universities, including The Ohio State University, Bowling Green State University, Ohio University and Miami University.
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Enrollment, Graduation and Job Placement Information
The performance of the COTC Engineering Technology program is reflected through program effectiveness data. Program effectiveness data includes the program graduation data, enrollment data and job placement data.
The Civil Engineering Technology program's enrollment for Autumn 2015 was 29 students. For all of 2015-2016 enrollment was 40 students.
The Civil Engineering Technology program had 2 graduate in academic year 2015-2016.
Civil Engineering Technology had two graduates for the ’15-’16 academic year. One graduate responded to the Graduate Survey. The respondent reported full-time employment with an annual salary of $33,000 to $36,999.