Engineering Technology - Construction Technology - Building and Highway Construction
Worried about spending your career sitting behind desk. There are another options. Consider the construction technology specialization.
Graduates with a construction technology specialization find employment with firms involved in construction, architectural and engineering, surveying, drafting and design shops, government agencies, pre-fabrication manufacturing.
The construction technology workplace applies your knowledge in a hands-on kind of way. Shouldn’t education be based on hands-on instruction?
Add a summer (sometimes longer) internship to gain work experience. Internships can turn into job offers.
Engineering technology with a construction specialization shifts the focus to surveying, Soils and Materials Testing. Supported by instruction in Architectural CAD, AutoCAD, Microstation CAD, and Building Information Management (BIM). Instruction includes 2D and 3D tools and techniques.
Graduates with a construction specialization are employed in the fields of project inspection, materials inspection and testing, CAD operation, drafting, project design, preparation of project specifications, project supervision, technical sales, surveying, and project estimation.