Civil Engineering Technology
The Civil Engineering Technology program prepares a person for entry-level positions in civil engineering, surveying and similar technical fields. The graduate is prepared to work with surveyors, civil engineers or other like professionals in the performance of general engineering practices which may include design, drawing, detailing and interpreting working drawings; gathering and interpreting field survey data, inspecting construction, determining equipment, materials and labor required to complete a project.
Offered at the Senatobia campus only
Students who successfully complete 30 semester credit hours earn a career certificate.
Students who successfully complete 45 semester credit hours earn a technical certificate.
Students who successfully complete 60 semester credit hours earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Civil Engineering Technology.