Timothy Piotrowski, Program Coordinator
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The program in construction engineering technology includes a well-designed balance of theoretical and laboratory studies, providing students with a broad knowledge of civil engineering technology and the construction fields. This field is expanding rapidly, and our technical curricula will give you a broad-based education, as well as the hands-on skills and experience needed for leadership in today’s construction business.
A laptop computer is required for students entering the construction engineering technology program. Laptop specifications are available at www.alfredstate.edu/required-laptops.
A student who completes the AAS degree can complete the bachelor’s degree in two additional years.
Program educational objectives were established with the assistance of the Industrial Advisory Committee and are reviewed periodically. The construction engineering technology program produces graduates who:
Alfred State construction engineering technology graduates may enter directly into either the construction management BS, the construction supervision BTech, the interdisciplinary studies BTech, or the technology management BBA degree program.
|Building inspector||Codes enforcement officer|
|Construction inspector||Construction superintendent|
|Installation supervisor||Materials tester|
|Project coordinator||Quality control technician|
|Sales representative||Structural detailer|
|Supt. of public works|
Employment and continuing education rate of 100 percent – 83 percent are employed; 17 percent continued their education.
|Enrollment (based on fall census)|
Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2
Students in the construction engineering technology program must meet the following requirements:
Students who believe they need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program may contact the Office of Accessibility Services by email at DisabilityServices@alfredstate.edu or by phone at 607-587-4506. Please keep in mind that some accommodations may take time to implement, so students seeking accommodations are encouraged to contact OAS as early as possible.
TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM
|CIVL||1013||Portland Cement Concrete||3|
|CIVL||1182||Civil Tech Graphics||2|
|CIVL||2154||Quality Control of Const Matl||4|
|PHYS||1024||General Physics I||4|
|GLST||2133||Global Perspectives: Special Topics||3|
|CIVL||3553||Comm Bldg Const Methods & Prac||3|
|PHYS||2023||General Physics II||3|
|MATH||1063||Technical Calculus I||3|
|CIVL||4143||Contracts, Specs, & Estimating||3|
|SPCH||xxx3||Effective Speaking Equivalent||3|
Entry level of student into math and composition/literature sequences is a function of student’s high school preparation and mathematics and English placement examinations.
Students receiving credit for math classes shown in the typical four-semester program may require additional LAS electives to complete degree requirements.
Students must complete two technical electives and two General Education electives.
Suggested Technical Electives:
2.0 cumulative grade point average, and department requirement of 2.0 grade point average in major courses (CIVL).