The Civil Engineering Technology program covers many disciplines and offers both technical and practical experience. Graduates readily find employment with engineering firms, testing laboratories, industrial organizations, and governmental agencies (federal, state, and municipal) involved with safeguarding our environment and providing those public works services vital to an urban society. The long range employment outlook for civil engineering technicians is very favorable, due to the steady need to maintain and upgrade our public works infrastructure.
According to the latest projections of this nation's employment needs, it is estimated that more than one million engineering technicians will be required to meet the needs of industry and government in the immediate future. The public demand for mass transportation improvements, pure drinking water, sewerage treatment, and unpolluted air requires large numbers of skilled technicians now and in the future.
Our recent graduates have been hired by these firms: