Help Build Tomorrow’s Cities!
A Civil Engineering Technologist plays a key role in the health, safety and economic well-being of our communities. As a graduate of our three-year program, you will gain knowledge in the design, construction and operation of water, storm and sanitary systems, roads, railways, bridges and buildings. At Confederation College, our small class sizes mean you will get great practical hands on experience with current technology used in industry today, including Computer-Aided-Drafting (CAD), Building Information Modelling (BIM), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Surveying.
If you have good math skills, a logical mind and the desire to build upon the world around you, the Civil Engineering Technology program will give you the tools you need to succeed.
- Program is up-to-date with the technology used in the field today
- Planned work experience plus optional co-op work placements give you experience in the field
- Work in a variety of fields including city building, maintenance, mining, roads and highways, rail, specialty projects, and more - anywhere around the world!
- Continue on to a university degree through articulation agreements …
We have a work placement in second year, with many students working full time at these organizations upon graduation. As a qualified Civil Engineering Technologist, there are many career paths available to you. Our students find employment in project planning and design, testing soils, concrete and other construction materials, cost estimating, construction inspection and supervision, contract administration, management and infrastructure maintenance, restoration and repair. Graduates from our program are highly sought after by employers. Employment opportunities in this field are available locally, regionally and around the world. As a graduate of this program you will find entry level opportunities with consultants, contractors and government at the municipal, provincial and federal levels. With experience, you can expect to move on to management positions within these organizations.
A group of students in our 3rd year Civil Engineering class received a 3rd Place in the National Engineering Month Ontario College Student Challenge (2017)
- Link to their presentation … (coming)