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    Palo Alto College
   
 
  Dec 14, 2019
 
Palo Alto College 2009-2010 Academic Catalog 
    
Palo Alto College 2009-2010 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Engineering: Civil and Construction Engineering Technology, A.S.


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The Area of Engineering Technology provides high quality, applied engineering technology programs with appeal to a broad range of students. The engineering technologist generally works in the applied part of the engineering spectrum and is playing an increasingly important role in our technological society. The engineering technology program prepares students for those engineering activities that emphasize applying current technology to solve practical industrial problems. The activities of the engineering technologist usually include product development, construction supervision, technical sales, component design, field service engineering, work force coordination, and supervision.

This program is a THECB-approved Field of Study.

Related Degrees and Certificates

Engineering: Civil, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering, A.S. 

Engineering: Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technology, A.S. 

Engineering: Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology, A.S. 

 

Associate of Science in Civil and Construction Engineering Technology (3200)


Communication (9 Hours)


 
 
Select 1 course from the Additional Communication (11) Core   

Mathematics (4 Hours)


Humanities and Visual/Performing Arts (9 Hours)


Select 1 course from the Humanities (40) Core 
Select 1 course from the Additional Humanities (41) Core 
Select 1 course from the Visual and Performing Arts (50) Core 

Social and Behavioral Sciences (15 Hours)


 
 
Select 2 courses from the History (60) Core   
Select 1 course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences (80) Core   

Kinesiology/Dance (2 Hours)


Two hours required from the Kinesiology (90) Core   

Transfer Degree Note:


Courses from the Additional Requirements area may not be used to satisfy Core Curriculum requirements.

Total Hours 64


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