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Civil Technology

Civil Technology

In this program, you will learn about surveying, soils, foundations, construction specifications, drainage, geology and more, preparing you for a career as a valued member of a civil engineering team.  

Top 3 Reasons to Choose Macomb for Civil Technology

  1. High-paying jobs are available without a four-year degree
  2. Credits from Macomb transfer to many four-year engineering programs, including those offered by Wayne State University and Lawrence Technological University.
  3. Save $20,000 by starting here - over 80% of our students leave debt free

Civil Technology Courses at Macomb

  • Materials
  • Civil Technology Seminar
  • OSHA Construction Safety
  • Soils and Foundations
  • Drainage and Geology
  • Materials Testing

Career Opportunities in Civil Technology

Macomb has teamed up with Burning Glass Technologies to provide you with the most up-to-date information on the careers that you will be qualified for upon successful completion of this program.

Job-posting data can give you insights about employers seeking job applicants, where those jobs are located, and the average salary being offered. Use the Career Insights Tool to see national, state or metropolitan area information.

Data are provided by Burning Glass Technologies and drawn from large area samples. Data are not drawn from Macomb Community College-specific student or program outcomes.

 

 

Career Services

Macomb’s Career Services is your bridge from education to employment. It offers a variety of free resources, including skill and interest assessments, resume building, success workshops, job placement and more.

Transfer Pathways

If you want to become a civil engineer, you will need to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and obtain a state license. The credits earned in Macomb’s program transfer to many colleges and universities in Michigan, including Wayne State University and Lawrence Technological University, both of which offer a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology.

If you intend to transfer and pursue a bachelor’s degree, speak with a Macomb counselor or academic advisor as soon as possible after you have applied to Macomb to plan the best pathway.


How do I find out more about Macomb’s Civil Technology Program?

For more information, contact the Technical Education Department at 586.445.7012.

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