Careers - September 2021
Graduates work in the broad field of civil engineering at the engineering technologist level and are qualified for employment in the areas of design and detailing, estimating construction costs, coordinating construction schedules and specifications. Graduates can also become advanced in field surveys, soil exploration, construction supervision, and laboratory testing of soils, materials and structures. Graduates are eligible for admission to the one-year Environmental Engineering Applications or Construction Project Management graduate certificate programs at Conestoga College.
On average, 100% of co-op and 89% of non co-op graduates from the last three years (2017 to 2019) found employment within six months of graduation.
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