COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE
Construction Engineering Technology
Construction Engineering Technology is a great discipline for those individuals who want to solve practical problems and help create the infrastructure of the future. Construction engineering technologists manage and supervise the conversion of engineering and architectural plans from ideas to reality. A successful construction engineering technologist understands infrastructure life cycles, solves technical challenges, has a strong grasp of math and science, and communicates creative solutions to teams.
The Louisiana Tech Construction Engineering Technology curriculum provides students with a background in math, science, engineering, construction, and business to prepare graduates for leadership positions in the construction industry.
The Louisiana Tech Construction Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET. To find out more information about the program mission, educational objectives, student outcomes and enrollment and graduation data, go to our Accreditation & Enrollment page.
Construction engineering technologists administer and evaluate construction contracts, documents and codes and estimate costs and quantities and evaluate materials for construction projects.
- Construction manager
- Construction and building inspector
- Cost estimator
- Distribution manager
- Project manager
- Quality control coordinator
- Quality control manager
For a list of prerequisites and required courses, select the curriculum sheet below.
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