|Faculty:||School of Natural Resources and Built Environment: Moose Jaw Campus
|Field of Study:||Civil Engineering Technology/Technician
Construction Engineering Technology/Technician
|Description:||Civil Engineering Technologies is a 27-month diploma program offered full time at Saskatchewan Polytechnic Moose Jaw Campus. It includes five academic semesters and two four-month consecutive Co-operative Education work terms. The program offers two options; Construction and Water Resources. The first two semesters are common to both disciplines. You will build skills in: Surveying, Computer applications and modelling, Communications, Materials analysis and testing procedures and protocols, Hydraulics, Project Management, and Municipal infrastructure.
Students select their option after successfully completing the second semester. Thirty-six students will be accepted into the Construction option and twenty students will be accepted into the Water Resources option. If the number of students desiring either option is more than the available seats, a competitive entry process will be utilized based on student performance in the first two semesters. In Construction, you will develop well-rounded knowledge and skills in: Geotechnical Engineering (soils investigations and earthworks projects, etc.), Pavement design, Structures (steel, timber, reinforced concrete), and Transportation.
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Cost shown is for Year 2 of the program.