Construction/Design Networking Night

Image from the 2016 Construction/Design Networking Night

The Career Services Office will be hosting the 2nd annual Construction/Design Networking Night on Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 4 pm to 6 pm on the East Greenwich Campus. This event is an opportunity for students and alumni from Architectural/Building Engineering
Building Construction/Cabinetmaking TechnologyCivil Engineering TechnologyConstruction Management, and Interior Design to meet with employers from the industry in a casual setting. Our students are always looking for ways to network with companies and learn about future opportunities, and Networking Night offers a chance to do just that, with 30 different companies from around the region!

*This event is open only to NEIT students and alumni.

Companies signed up to attend as of 9/12/2017:

If you would like additional information about this event, please contact Caitlin Beagan at cbeagan@neit.edu.

Civil Engineering Technology Comes to NEIT

Civil_Engineering_TechnologyBeginning in the fall, 2014, quarter, New England Tech will add an Associate in Science degree program in Civil Engineering Technology (CET) to its list of offerings. Graduates of this program may matriculate into the Bachelor of Science degree program in Civil Engineering Technology currently under development.

The new CET program will prepare graduates to serve as an integral member of the engineering and construction team. A Civil Engineering Technologist designs, engineers, analyzes, and assists in the supervision of building construction and infrastructure projects such as roadways, bridges, and environmental facilities. The program emphasizes the practical application of construction technology and engineering principles that include the engineering, economic, safety, technical, and aesthetic requirements of a project while applying the scientific and technical aspects of materials, soils, planning, surveying, structures, environmental systems, and construction.

Civil Engineering Technology courses focus on civil engineering technology fundamentals including: computer aided drafting geared for the Civil Engineering industry (e.g., AutoCAD Civil 3D), construction documents, estimating, materials, structural analysis and design, surveying, and soil mechanics. Students will also conduct field and laboratory testing on civil engineering materials and use computer applications to solve technical problems.

If you would like additional information about any of New England Tech’s over 40 Associate, Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs, including Civil Engineering Technology.

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