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Careers in CET

CET graduates work in land surveying offices, highway departments, government engineering offices, railroads, utilities, general construction contracting firms, material supply organizations, and engineering consulting firms. You may work in estimating, drafting, structural detailing, construction expediting, sales, and surveying.

Graduates with experience have become construction supervisors, chief drafting personnel, chiefs of survey parties, contractors, project superintendents, designers, and estimators.

Degree Program

The Associate of Science (A.S.) program helps you prepare for a bachelor's degree in Construction Engineering Technology (CNET).

This program is not available to new students as of Fall 2014. The former CET A.S. in 2 years + CNET in 2 years (2+2 program) was replaced by the new 4-year CNET degree. Any student admitted to CET prior to Fall 2014 may complete the A.S. degree, as long as the student maintains continuous enrollment at IPFW.