NAIT's Construction Engineering Technology diploma program (available with a co-op option) will provide you with a broad knowledge of the management, estimating and technical aspects of construction, with a primary focus on buildings and related support industries. Students can apply directly into the traditional 2-year program, reduced load 3-year pathway, or 2-year virtual delivery.
You'll develop structural engineering fundamentals, drawings interpretation skills, among other courses, to build foundational construction knowledge. You'll develop and understanding of project planning, contract administration, and project coordination to advance your career into site leadership and project management.
The Construction Engineering Technology program works with a program advisory committee made up of industry experts who ensure the program provides students with the knowledge and skills currently required by employers. The program is also accredited by the Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC), Canadian Construction Association Gold Seal Certification program, and by Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (CIQS). Upon graduation you’ll be eligible for certification with the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET).