Two Civil Engineering grads return to campus for a surveying project.
Civil Engineering Technology historically stems for the term given by the military to the "civilian engineers"
who developed the roads, bridges and fortifications for the army. Today Civil Engineering
Technology has broadened to encompass the planning, design, construction and operation
of all aspects of our modern infrastructure.
In addition, for students interested in earning a surveying license, the State Board
of Registration for Professional Engineers and Surveyors approved a "3 + 1" pathway
with Franklin University where students can complete an Associate of Applied Science - Surveying Track, the Bridge to Fundamental Surveying Certificate, and then transfer to Franklin University and complete either a BS in Applied Management
or BS in Management and Leadership.
For more information, please contact the Design, Construction and Trades Department
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (614) 287-5949.