Starting in Fall 2013, under the auspices of the Department of Civil Engineering Technology (CET), the 123-credit-hour EnvET program will provide a more focused choice for engineering technology students interested in the environment. EnvET graduates will be well-trained engineering technologists with strong foundations in civil engineering technology, chemistry and earth sciences as well as an understanding of environmental laws and regulations. These graduates are expected to find jobs in industry, environmental consulting and with state and federal agencies. SPSU’s CET graduates are in high demand; most have employment commitments well before receiving their diplomas and most are employed part time while in college.
Environmental criteria are important aspects of all civil engineering activity in the present and foreseeable future. As industry expands, the need for graduates with a background in the area of environmental engineering technology will email@example.com or phone 678-915-5495) or the department secretary Phyllis Eubanks (firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 678-915-7261).