Wake Tech's Fall graduation ceremonies are set for 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. Saturday on Scott Northern Wake Campus. Family and friends unable to attend in person can watch the ceremonies live online.
The Civil Engineering Technology curriculum provides training for technicians in the various aspects of land development. Civil Engineers are involved in Site and Feasibility Studies, Preliminary and Final Design calculations, As-Built Analysis, Construction Materials Testing, Construction Administration, and other areas associated with the land development process.
Course work includes drainage and erosion control, statics and strength of materials, construction materials testing, site design and site surveying, as well as CAD and GIS software suitable for performing common workplace objectives.
Graduates should qualify for jobs as CADD designers, construction materials testing technicians, construction administrators, and many others. Graduates also have transfer opportunities to pursue B.S. degrees at UNCC (Civil Engineering Technology), ECU (Industrial Technology), Old Dominion University (Civil Engineering Technology), or NC A&T (Geomatics).
This certificate includes courses that demonstrate an understanding of a variety of upper-level topics included in the Civil Engineering Technology field.
This certificate includes courses that demonstrate a thorough understanding of Civil Engineering Technology design processes and calculations.