Associate Degree Course Sequence
SSC101 Student Success Seminar
ENG124 College Composition
CET121 Building Materials & Construction Methods
CET122 Architectural Drafting I
ITD122 Computer Applications for Professionals
MET124 Statics & Strength of Materials
CET125 Soil Mechanics
DET125 Basic AutoCAD
PHY121 College Physics I with Algebra
ENG221 Technical Report Writing
MTH223 Analytical Geometry - Calculus I
CET227 Surveying I
CET223 Structural Design I
CET222 Concrete & Asphalt Testing
CET232 Land Planning & Design
COM123 Small Group Communication
CET238 Tech Project – Civil Engineering
CET236 Global Positioning Systems
CET228 Surveying II
Arts & Humanities Elective
TOTAL CREDITS 69
Pre-Engineering Civil Engineering
(Articulation to a BS in Civil Engineering with the University of Akron)
Civil engineering technicians assist civil engineers in planning, designing and constructing highways, bridges, dams, tunnels, airports, water supply systems, buildings and other structures.
During the planning stages of a project, technicians estimate costs, prepare specifications for materials and work in design, drafting or surveying. During construction, they assist the contractor in scheduling, inspecting for conformance to blueprints and specifications and numerous other responsibilities.
The civil engineering technician graduating from Stark State College of Technology will have a basic theoretical background covered in the classroom. This background will then be enhanced by a series of strong practical laboratory applications which include both indoor and outdoor settings. Civil engineering technology students will study and use current computer programs in estimating and structural design as well as other areas.
The civil engineering technology program is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC of ABET).
A graduate of this program will earn an associate of applied science degree in civil engineering technology.