Civil Engineering Technology
Tuesday, June 16 at 6 pm in the Lower Level Atrium, Aldred Centre, SAIT Main Campus
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Applications for Fall 2015 are accepted Oct. 15, 2014 to Aug. 1, 2015
Applications for Winter 2016 open June 3, 2015.
The Civil Engineering Technology (CVT) program prepares the next generation of civil design and construction professionals. The program covers fundamental and advanced topics in the Civil Engineering discipline. The program is applied in nature and covers the skills and knowledge that are most valuable to industry. In a technology enriched learning environment, students develop the technical competencies and character to succeed in the construction industry. The two year diploma program combines theoretical training and applied skills.
The program has a common first year, by the end of which students choose a second-year option in either Construction Management or Municipal. If an option is oversubscribed, selection is based on the first year cumulative grade point average. This program starts in both fall and winter semesters of each year. Those starting in the fall study for two semesters per year with a summer break in between. Those starting in the winter semester, study for four consecutive semesters with a one to two week break between semesters.
Note: This program utilizes an e-Learning (SAIT issued laptop computer) instructional delivery method.
Graduates find diverse work as civil engineering technologists. The following job titles may be received upon completion of program: civil engineering design technologist, traffic technologist, building inspector, material testing technologist, estimator and construction project coordinator.
- Graduates of the Civil Engineering Technology program have a 94% employment rate.
- Proficiency in the following skills will help student success: mathematical skills, science skills (physics), communication skills (oral and written), problem-solving skills, and ability to work in a team environment or independently.
- Students with higher grades usually experience more success in SAIT programs.