About this Program
The program has been designed to provide students with skills and knowledge in: computer aided drafting, computer applications, surveying, laboratory testing (soil, concrete and asphalt), construction estimating, basic structural design in steel, reinforced concrete, design of water distribution and sewage collection systems, geotechnical analysis and foundation design, road and highway design, construction inspection, project management, writing technical reports and correspondence.
- Graduates may enter the workforce directly or progress into the Construction Engineering Technology program.
- Annual year-end awards ceremony honouring top student performance in the program.
- Engineering assistants in road and highway construction
- Draftsperson, detailer, and assistant designers
- Technicians in concrete, asphalt and soil testing laboratories
- Municipal engineering assistants
- Construction inspectors for engineering projects
- Building inspectors
- Site investigation and monitoring field crews
- Construction field survey crews
- Technical representative
Graduates also qualify to become associate members of the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).
Ontario Building Code Exam
Upon completion of the program, graduates qualify to write the Ontario Building Code exam (house component).
Admissions and Availability
Future Study Options
We are proud to provide a range of future study options for NC students. More details on specific opportunities and partnerships can be found at niagaracollege.ca/transfercredit.