Do you love building communities? In the Civil Engineering field, you’ll help shape the lives of others for years to come. It’s a big responsibility, but hey, you’re up for the challenge!
Through the 2-year Civil Engineering Technician program, you will develop an understanding of planning, design, surveying, material science, project management and construction across a variety of industries.
Gain the core skills needed to excel in an in-demand career that is essential to our communities. Learn about:
• Roadway design and construction techniques
• Computer-aided drafting (AutoCAD) and design and visualization skills
• Electronic surveying
• Project management and estimating
• Municipal services
• Structural design
• Construction of hydro-electric developments
• Sales and marketing
Gain hands-on experience. Make meaningful connections. Succeed.
As a co-operative education program, you’ll gain valuable, real-world experience while making important connections with industry leaders and earning money! Plus, many employers hire co-op grads because of their applied knowledge. Why not give yourself a competitive advantage?
Look around. Chances are there are a few things that have been built without having been touched by the world of civil engineering. And it starts at Sault College.
|CWA100 - 3 Co-op Placement I|
Note: CWA100-3 is mandatory and takes place in the summer.
|ARC101 - 5 Building and Construction Estimating|
|CAD100 - 4 Introduction to Computers and AutoCAD|
|CCT120 - 4 Concrete and Formwork I|
|CON200 - 4 Construction Materials I|
|MCH100 - 4 Applied Mechanics|
|GEN100 - 3 Global Citizenship|
Requirements & Program Information
Ontario Secondary School diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C, Grade 12 Mathematics for College Technology (C) MCT4C or Grade 12 Foundations for College Math (C) MAP4C, or mature student status.
As a graduate from this program, you will be able to seek careers with consulting engineering companies, general contractors, building product manufacturers, municipal governments, highway departments, and federal public works departments.
Fees & Costs
These fees are for the 2022-2023 academic year (year 1 of study), and are subject to change. Please visit your Student Portal to view your Schedule of Fees.
Program Coordinator: Marc Pilon, (705) 759-2554 ext 2210, firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a co-operative education program. Students are required to complete at least one co-op work placement (CWA100) in order to graduate.
For more information contact Program Coordinator Marc Pilon, P.Eng at:
Marc.Pilon@saultcollege.ca 705-759-2554 Ext: 2585