Engineering Technologies

Civil Engineering & Surveying Tour

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June 10

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

9–10 AM

Meet instructor Drew Potts, a current civil engineering student, and a handful of alumni working in the field for a diverse look at this dynamic career field.


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Civil Engineering Technology (B.S.)

Take the lead in engineering all types of projects from highways and structures to hydraulic systems and development sites.

Civil Engineering Technology (A.A.S.)

In this associate's program, you'll take away the technical know-how to play an important role on the design team.

Surveying Technology (A.A.S.)

From accessing geographic data to applying advanced measurement methods, learn what it takes to thrive in this rapidly growing field.



Supplement your bachelor degree with up to two minors. 


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