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College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science

Construction Engineering Technology (CNET)

Careers in CNET

CNET graduates are employed in all areas of the building industry, including construction, architecture, interior design, civil engineering, land surveying, and state, county, and city governments.

The program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. It provides you with problem-solving skills, hands-on competency, and required state-of-the-art technical knowledge. Alumni of the department are employed in all areas of the building industry, including construction, architecture, civil engineering, land surveying, and state, county, and city governments.

Degree Program

The new Bachelor of Science (B.S.) program replaces the previous 2+2 program (Civil Engineering Technology or Architectural Engineering Technology A.S. in 2 years + 2 more years for a B.S. in Construction Engineering Technology). Concentrations provide opportunities to prepare yourself for work in a specific segment of the construction industry. You may choose options in architectural engineering technology, civil engineering technology, or construction engineering technology.

Enrollment and Graduation Data

Enrollment figures are for the Fall semester; degrees earned are for the academic year (Fall + Spring + Summer). Figures are compiled from the former 2+2 programs up to 2013, and the new program starting in 2014.

  • 2014: 109 students enrolled
  • 2013: 110 students enrolled, 16 A.S. & 15 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2012: 129 students enrolled, 20 A.S. & 17 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2011: 163 students enrolled, 20 A.S. & 13 B.S. degrees earned. 
  • 2010: 166 students enrolled, 24 A.S. & 13 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2009: 156 students enrolled, 18 A.S. & 18 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2008: 150 students enrolled, 13 A.S. & 14 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2007: 135 students enrolled, 19 A.S. & 9 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2006: 144 students enrolled, 18 A.S. & 8 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2005: 134 students enrolled, 15 A.S. & 8 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2004: 143 students enrolled, 11 A.S. & 15 B.S. degrees earned.
  • 2003: 157 students enrolled, 33 A.S. & 12 B.S. degrees earned.