Engineering & Construction Technologies
The engineering and construction technologies fields are challenging and well-paying and have evolved into high-tech industries. There are numerous employment and transfer opportunities for graduates with an Associate in Applied Science degree in the engineering and construction technologies program area.
We offer 1-year certificates, 2-year Associate in Applied Science degrees and several transfer opportunities in various program areas enabling individuals to enter the workforce in the civil engineering, environmental engineering, surveying, construction or architectural fields.
You will be provided with current technology and comprehensive training. All aspects of our programs are taught using a combination of classroom instruction with hands-on application.
Overall, the demand for engineering technologies graduates within the U.S. is very strong and should continue to grow. Improvement and updating of infrastructure along with a strong construction market will result in more jobs for two-year technicians in the years to come.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the annual median pay (2019) for the following 2-year and 4-year engineering technologies related occupations between about $45,000 to $95,000.
Our Engineering and Construction Technologies graduates have several transfer opportunities available. Graduates may pursue 4-year degrees in Architectural Technology & Design, Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Management, Geomatics (Surveying) and Sustainable Building Systems. These 4-year degree opportunities are available through the following North Carolina universities.**
**Students should contact senior institutions to verify specific transfer requirements.
See Our Facilities
Most Engineering classes are held in Little Hall. Click on this building on our Virtual Tour and see the Wellard Technology Center, Byerly Auditorium, our Drafting Lab, the Engineering Lab, and the building exterior.
Ed Spitler, Distinguished Professor
Chair, Department of Engineering, Construction and Computer Technologies
Coordinator, Geomatics Technology
Coordinator, Building Construction Technology
163 Little Hall
Matt Sheffield, Professor
Coordinator, Civil Engineering Technology
Coordinator, Environmental Engineering Technology
170 Little Hall
Lindsay McManamon, Associate Professor
Coordinator, Architectural Technology
Coordinator, Construction Management Technology
Coordinator, Engineering & Construction Technologies Enrollment and Support
167 Little Hall
Coordinator, Instructional Support
Coordinator, Student Engagement
114 Steed Hall
Mike Sassano, Adjunct Faculty
153 Little Hall