Civil and Construction Applied Engineering Technology

Civil and Construction Applied Engineering Technology Program at Delgado provides students with the knowledge and competencies necessary to obtain entry-level employment in the construction technology field. Students participating in the program may choose to concentrate in either Civil Construction or Construction Management.

In the concentration of Civil Construction, students will learn building, bridge, tunnel, dam, harbor, airport, waterway, railway, and highway construction. Among these, students have the opportunity to learn about water power, irrigation, drainage, water supply systems, sewerage and waste disposal, and environmental health systems construction.

For the more leadership oriented student, a concentration in Construction Management trains students in analytical problem-solving and skills development in preparation for entry-level management positions.

The Civil and Construction Applied Engineering Technology Associate of  Applied Science degree program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).

Learn more about this program in the College Catalog.

Course Sequencing: 

Concentration in Construction Management

Concentration in Civil Construction