The Civil Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Committee (ETAC) of ABET, http://www.abet.org
Students can choose to go to work after a 2 year associate’s degree or continue through Fairmont State University’s 4 year Civil Engineering Technology Program.
Overall, the Civil Engineering Technology program curriculum is based in instruction in mathematics, science, written communication, oral communication and economics.
Through lab and lecture, Civil Engineering Technology students in the Associate of Science Degree program focus on:
Bachelor of Science degree students are introduced to more specialized classes during their 4 years study. They include:
Civil Engineering Technology graduates are prepared to participate in planning, analysis, design, construction, roadway operation and maintenance of the following:
Fairmont State University Civil Engineering Technology graduates often use the program as a precursor to graduate school studies. But, both 2 and 4 year degree students leave the university prepared for entry level positions in engineering.
Associate degree holders can become:
Bachelor of Science degree holders are qualified to be: