The Civil Engineering Technology program prepares students to perform at the technician level in engineering design, drafting, surveying and construction. Employers of Civil Engineering Technology graduates include engineering consultants, surveying firms, state and federal governments, public works, construction companies, highway departments, and soil and materials testing firms. Graduates typically obtain jobs working under the supervision of engineers as land developers, building inspectors, construction superintendent trainees, and soil and concrete testing technicians. They aide engineers in the design of steel and concrete structures, highways, and storm drainage, sewage and water supply systems. They also obtain jobs as members of survey teams or in computer aided drafting and design.