This program prepares students for employment in the fields of surveying, civil construction, bridge inspection, construction inspection, cost estimation, and civil drafting, and enables them to pursue a career of lifelong learning. Skills are developed in mathematics, science, problem solving, communication, computeraided drafting, surveying, mechanics, and construction. Computer-aided drafting is an integral part of this program. A graduate of this program seeks employment as a civil drafter, surveying technician, estimator, and civil engineering technician with civil engineering firms, construction firms, private consulting engineering firms, governmental agencies, and surveying firms.
* Course has a prerequisite or corequisite
a Calculus I and II (MATH 221, MATH 222), College Algebra (MATH 101) and Trigonometry and Functions (MATH 102), or Elementary Functions (MATH 108) and Calculus I (MATH 221) may be substituted for Technical Mathematics I and II (MATH 117, MATH 118).
b Engineering Physics I and II (PHYS 221, PHYS 222) may be substituted for Physics I and II (PHYS 101, PHYS 102).
c Electives related to major are: Environmental Science (PHSC 110), Principles of Geology (PHSC 120), Introduction to Architecture (ARCH 101), Building Systems (ARCH 208), Elementary Statistics (MATH 107), Microcomputer Programming and Applications (METR 240), DC Circuits (ELEC 101), or AC Circuits (ELEC 102).