Civil and Environmental Engineering Technology
Learn in a simulated Civil & Environmental Engineering firm.
Civil and environmental engineering technicians work alongside engineers to provide technical support. They may be involved in everything from infrastructure projects such as highways, bridges and utilities to environmental and maritime projects. Students who excel in this program typically have good problem-solving skills, a flair for math and science, and have the ability to understand engineering drawings and principles. The civil and environmental engineering technology program at Bates Technical College emulates a civil engineering/surveying firm, giving students practice in many aspects of the profession.
Career Advisor: Dan Eberle253-680-7002 | email@example.com
Location: Central / Mohler Campus Hours: 7:30AM - 3:00PM
Program Length: Six Quarters
- National Median Salary$52,580
- National Potential Annual Job Openings7,700
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Associate of Applied Science-Transfer
CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
CIP: 15.0201 EPC: 612
Students prepare for careers as civil and environmental engineering technicians who typically work under the direct supervision of a project engineer. The program environment emulates a civil engineering/surveying firm, giving students practice in many aspects of the profession, including defining project requirements, conducting survey/field work, field engineering, construction staking, designing, estimating, modeling and client presentations. Instruction includes computer-aided design, the preparation of engineering calculations, and coordinate systems which include lengths, directions, slopes, bearings areas, volumes, weights densities, moments, forces, reactions, flows, and loads. Students learn to use a variety of computer software application packages, including, but not limited to Word, Excel, Civil 3D, CadrePro, Hydraflow and SurvCE
Program Prerequisites: COMPASS Pre-algebra 55, Reading 80, or transition from basic studies.
Bates instructors are industry experts who enjoy working with and teaching students.
Taina P. Anderson
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