The coursework in Construction Engineering Technology is intended to fill the widening gap between the professional designer and the construction trades. Graduates from this program work with owners and architects to transform conceptual ideas into functioning systems. They are responsible for completing the project safely, within time and budget constraints, and according to code specifications.
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Career opportunities in today's construction environment have never been more exciting and challenging!
Additional information may be obtained by calling the Engineering & Science Technology Department at 330-972-7051 or contacting Academic Advising Services.
Bachelors of Science:
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Please note: Listed credits for the Baccalaureate Degree are credits required after the Associate Degree is completed. The information in these file(s) is current as of October 11, 2012. Contact Academic Advising Services for any updates or contact any of the faculty listed above.