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The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Civil Engineering Technology provides a basis for entry-level careers in all phases of the construction continuum: planning, design, construction and operations. The Associate of Applied Science is designed as a terminal degree providing those skills necessary for immediate employment. Program graduates are prepared to work for either private or governmental segments of the construction industry requiring civil engineering technicians. Specific employment positions include manual or computer assisted (CAD) construction drawing and contract document preparation for commercial, heavy and industrial/institutional projects, construction inspection, survey crew operations, and construction material quality control and quality assurance.

In addition to providing entry-level positions, the degree provides opportunities for individuals seeking career changes, continuing education, and skills enhancement. The Civil Engineering Technology degree is preparation for immediate, productive employment.

Upon completion of the Associate Degree in Civil Engineering Technology, the graduate will be able to:

  • Prepare engineering drawings for public and private work projects utilizing computer aided drafting (CAD).
  • Perform standardized field and laboratory testing on civil engineering materials soils, aggregates, asphalt and Portland cement concrete, masonry, steel and wood in accordance with American Society of Testing Methods (ASTM) procedures and the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Construction Materials Specifications.
  • Correctly apply regulatory and industry standards to design public utility systems, including sanitary wastewater collection systems, storm-water management systems and water distribution systems.
  • Apply an integrated system of digital levels, total stations, data collectors/controllers, global positioning system equipment and associated software in surveying and construction related problem solving applications including building, utility and transportation systems.
  • Determine forces and stresses in elementary structural systems.
  • Apply ODOT, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and industry design standards to plan, design, and detail a simulated highway including drainage structures.
  • Apply subdivision regulations and surveying laws in the preparation of preliminary sketch, preliminary plat, and final plat for a major private platted land subdivision.
  • Perform preliminary site investigations, research infrastructure records, secure appropriate codes and regulations, and prepare a set of preliminary drawings of an urban redevelopment site.
  • Perform quantity takeoffs and estimates for heavy construction projects.

The Civil Engineering Technology Surveying Certificate is a one- year, three-semester program, which provides a basis for entry level careers in survey field and office operations. The one-year certificate is a directed focus program, which empowers students with those skills necessary for construction layout of buildings and roadways and, working under the direction of a Registered Surveyor, in land surveying and subdivision of land. Specific employment positions include instrument person, field crew chief, and drafter/designer.

The Surveying Certificate encompasses those surveying courses, which, when coupled with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, fulfill the State of Ohio Board of Registration for Engineers and Surveyors Education Requirements toward registration as a Professional Surveyor.

Civil Engineering Technology – Civil Track

COURSE . CR
Semester 1 . .
ARCH 1112 Basic CAD Drafting 1
CIVL 1120 Construction Material Science 3
CMGT 1121 Construction Drawings 3
MATH 1148 College Algebra 4
SURV 1410 Introduction to Surveying 3
COLS 1100 First Year Experience Seminar 1
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 15
Semester 2 . .
CIVL 1230 Heavy Construction Estimating 3
CIVL 1320 Statics & Strength of Materials 3
CMGT 1105 Construction Documents 3
ENGL 1100 Composition I 3
ESSH 1650 OSHA 30-Hr General Industry Safety & Health 2
SURV 1460 Computer Applications in Construction Science 2
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 16
Summer Semester . .
SURV 1420 Historical Surveying 2
GIS 1102 GIS in Industry 2
NAT XXXX Refer to approved GE - NAT list 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 7
Semester 3 . .
ARCH 1115 MicroStation 2D 2
HUM XXXX Refer to approved GE - HUM list 3
CIVL 2210 Principles of Hydraulics 3
MATH 1149 Trigonometry 4
SURV 2410 Engineering Surveying 4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 16
Semester 4 . .
ARCH 2237 Structures 4
PSY 1100 Introduction to Psychology or
SOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology 3
XXXX XXXX  Technical Elective 2
CIVL 2230 Public Utility Systems 3
SURV 2490 Land Development Systems 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 15
TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS . 69

Technical Electives
The following courses are approved for technical elective requirements:

CIVL 2910 Field Experience 3
CIVL 2994 Special Topics: Civil Engineering Technology  1-3
CMGT 1131 Quantity Survey 3
SURV 2450 Legal Principles in Surveying 3
SURV 2480 Geodetic Surveying 4

Civil Engineering Technology – Survey Track

COURSE . CR
Semester 1 . .
ARCH 1112 Basic CAD Drafting 1
CIVL 1120 Construction Material Science 3
CMGT 1121 Construction Drawing 3
MATH 1148 College Algebra 4
SURV 1410 Introduction to Surveying 3
COLS 1100 First Year Experience Seminar 1
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 15
Semester 2 . .
CIVL 1230 Heavy Construction Estimating 3
CMGT 1105 Construction Documents 3
ENGL 1100 Composition I 3
ESSH 1650 OSHA 30-Hr General Industry Safety & Health 2
NAT XXXX Refer to approved GE - NAT list 3
SURV 1460 Computer Applications in Construction Science 2
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 16
Summer Semester . .
SURV 1420 Historical Surveying 2
GIS 1102 GIS in Industry 2
SURV 2480 Geodetic Surveying 4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 8
Semester 3 . .
ARCH 1115 MicroStation 2D 2
HUM XXXX Refer to approved GE - HUM list 3
MATH 1149 Trigonometry 4
SURV 2410 Engineering Surveying 4
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 13
Semester 4 . .
XXXX XXXX Technical Elective 3
PSY 1100 Introduction to Psychology or
SOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology 3
SURV 2450 Legal Principles in Survey 3
SURV 2430 Transportation Systems 3
SURV 2490 Land Development Systems 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 15
TOTAL DEGREE CREDIT HOURS   . 67

Technical Electives
The following courses are approved for technical elective requirements:

CMGT 1131 Quantity Survey 3
CIVL 1320 Statics & Strength of Materials 3
CIVL 2210 Principles of Hydraulics 3
CIVL 2910 Field Experience 3
GIS 2200 Imaging Management & Analysis 4
LAND 2175 Sustainable Sites 3
SURV 2994 Special Topics: Surveying  1-3

Approved General Education (GE) List

HUM GE-ART/HUMANITIES REQUIREMENT (SELECT ONE)

ARCH 2100 – PREFERRED

ARCH 2100 History of Architecture 3
HIST 1151 American History to 1877 3
HIST 1152 American History since 1877 3
HIST 1181 World Civ. I: Non-Western/Non-Amer to 1500 3
HIST 1182 World Civ. II: Non-Western/Non-Amer since 1500 3

NAT GE-NATURAL/PHYSICAL SCIENCES REQUIREMENT (SELECT ONE)

ASTR 1161 The Solar System 3
BIO 1112 Introduction to Biology I 4
CHEM 1111 Elementary Chemistry I 4
ESSH 1101 Intro Environmental Science, Safety, Health 3
GEOL 1101 Introduction to Earth Science 4
PHYS 1200 Algebra-Based Physics I 5
PHYS 1201 Algebra-Based Physics II 5

Surveying Certificate

Semester 1 . .
ARCH 1112 Basic CAD Drafting 1
ENGL 1100 Composition I 3
MATH 1148 College Algebra or
MATH 1113 Technical Mathematics 4
SURV 1410 Introduction to Surveying 3
SURV 1420 Historical Surveying 2
SURV 1460 Comp Applications in Construction Science 2
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 15
Semester 2 . .
ARCH 2100 History of Architecture 3
SURV 2410 Engineering Surveying 4
SURV 2430 Transportation Systems 3
SURV 2450 Legal Principles in Surveying 3
SURV 2490 Land Development Systems 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 16
Semester 3 . .
GIS 1102 GIS in Industry 2
SURV 2480 Geodetic Surveying 4
GEOG 2900 Elements of Cartography 3
TOTAL CREDIT HOURS . 9
TOTAL CERTIFICATE CREDIT HOURS . 40