Engineering Technology

Engineering Technology is a two year Associate of Applied Science program that trains students for entry level positions as technicians on civil engineering teams that design and build public works projects. Graduates of the CET program work for public agencies and private firms on the planning, construction and operation of water resource projects, transportation systems, and environmental control. Core courses offer a well-rounded background in construction estimation, structural design, surveying, concrete mix design and inspection as well as utilization of computer-aided design software.

Career Opportunities

BMCC’s CET Program works closely with an Advisory Board of local and regional business and industry partners to insure that students are exposed to current technologies in this dynamic field.

Computer Aided Design Drafter
Engineering Technician
Engineering Assistant
Project Manager Assistant
Construction Manager Assistant

A.A.S. Degree Requirements

Stduents who successfully complete an A.A.S./Engineering Technology  degree will be able to demonstrate the following:

Manual and Computer-Aided Drafting Techniques
Complete Field Surveying Projects
Project Specification Manuals Review
Prepare Preliminary Construction Estimates
Demonstrate Teamwork on Design Projects

Skills and Aptitudes

The CET program places emphasis on "hands on" experience in most of the required coursework by focusing on tasks that technicians perform in industry-based positions. The skills and abilities expected of a technician in an engineering related field include:

Good Mathematics Skills
Aptitudes for Problem Solving
Enjoy Investigating New Technologies
Good Communication Skills