Civil Surveying/Engineering Technology
Associate in Science (A.S.)
The Civil Surveying Engineering Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree at Valencia College is a two-year program that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in civil technology.
Named the largest civil technology program in Florida, Valencia’s program has a proven track record of providing competent technicians for the reconnaissance industry. Site surveying and civil engineering are both crucial steps in the construction process. In Valencia’s program, you’ll learn the skills that are desired by industry, as well as the latest software being used, to become a qualified technician in the civil/surveying engineering field. With Central Florida as one of the major areas of growth, this program offers many exciting career opportunities.
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Program Overview and Degree Requirements
Review course descriptions, important dates and deadlines and other programs details in the official college catalog.
Alternative Ways To Earn Credit
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Full-time – 2 to 3 years
Part-time – 3 to 4 years
Learn How To
- Conduct materials testing and analysis
- Draft detailed drawings
- Prepare reports detailing tests conducted and results
- Survey project sites using survey equipment
Nearly one-fourth of civil engineering technicians work in engineering or business services companies. Areas include: the road department, government planning agencies, paving contractors, landscapers, surveyors and geologists. The need to maintain and repair an aging infrastructure will sustain demand for these workers.
- Civil Engineering Technician/Aide
- Surveying Party Chief
- Surveying Technician
- Field Inspector
AVERAGE SALARY RANGE
$35,000 – $40,000
Average Placement Rate
Valencia’s A.S. Degree and Certificate programs placement rate ranges between 90% – 95%.
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