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Civil Engineering Technology  

Civil Engineering Technology is a wonderful program of study for the student interested in using their skills to assist in the maintenance of the nation's infrastructure and the planning for growth and expansion. This program offers graduates the training needed to assist civil engineers in the planning and designing of bridges, roads, water and sewage systems, tunnels, and other structures. They additionally help plan the construction of new buildings and the abolishing of old buildings. Employment can range from the large corporations to city government.

Independence Community College offers the Civil Engineering Technology Program as an Associate of Applied Science Degree.  While many students continue on past their associate degree to obtain a bachelor's degree, those majoring in the field of Civil Engineering may be surprised by the types of jobs they can get with a two-year degree.  Courses of study can also be individually tailored to meet student and employer needs.

If you would like more information about the Civil Engineering Technology Program at Independence Community College, contact:

Professor Kevin O’Neill

(620) 332-5446

Email: KOneill@indycc.edu

 

Civil Engineering Technology

Degree: Associate of Applied Science

Suggested Four-Semester Plan

 

First Semester:

Course Title Credit Hours

English Composition I 3 

Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting 3 

College Algebra 3 

Art/Humanities Elective* 3

General Education Elective* 3 

Term Total 15

 

Second Semester:

Course Title Credit Hours

Residential Drafting and Planning 3

College Chemistry I 5

Trigonometry 3

Technical Writing 3

Engineering Graphics I 3

Term Total 17

 

Third Semester:

Course Title Credit Hours 

Engineering Physics I 5 

Analytical Geometry & Calculus I 5

Computer Aided Drafting 2D 3

Speech or Interpersonal Communication 3

Term Total 16

Fourth Semester:

Course Title Credit Hours

Blueprint Reading 3 

Independent Study: Engineering Technology 5

Manufacturing Processes and Materials 3

CAD: Application Problem Solving 3

Computer Aided Drafting 3D 3 

Term Total 17 

TOTAL 65

 

*See Courses that meet General Education Graduation Requirements for a list of courses meeting the math/science, arts/humanities, and social/behavioral science requirements.

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