Civil Engineering Technology

With a civil engineering technology degree from Stark State, you’ll be trained to assist civil engineers in planning, designing and constructing highways, bridges, dams, tunnels, airports, water supply systems, buildings and other structures. Use up-to-date computer programs in estimating and structural design and other areas as you incorporate basic theoretical knowledge with practical laboratory applications in indoor and outdoor settings.

Work in many areas, including

  • project management
  • construction estimating
  • general contracting
  • specification writing
  • project scheduling
  • construction sales
  • public agencies
  • project inspecting

Prepare for a career as a(n)

  • civil engineer
  • engineering technician
  • estimator
  • field technician
  • mold remediation specialist
  • quality control technician
  • surveyor/survey technician

Civil Engineering Technology vs. Pre-Engineering Civil Engineering

Both AAS engineering technology and AS pre-engineering degrees articulate to BS degrees at the University of Akron.
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Your pathway to a degree

You can start with a civil/surveying or civil/surveying drafting certificate, taking classes that directly apply to the associate degree in civil engineering technology:

Certificates

Associate Degree

Associate of applied science in civil engineering technology

  • Engineering Memorial Scholarship
  • Choose Ohio First Scholarship

View scholarships

  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Canton Joint Engineering Council

The mechanical engineering technology program is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC of ABET); www.abet.org