After nearly a decade of recession and slowed construction growth in Northeast Ohio and across the US, construction jobs are more competitive than ever. Formal training and technical experience are necessary to compete, and learning must continue even after you start a job. Earning an Associate degree in construction engineering can help you get your foot in the door or help you advance in an existing construction career.
Construction engineers help with designing, planning, and managing construction projects. They may work on residential property or more complex commercial or industrial buildings. They must be problem-solvers who understand all facets of the construction process, and they must have the skills to keep a project on-time and on-budget while working and communicating with a variety of people. The Construction Engineering program at LCCC focuses on developing a well-rounded individual with training and experience in all of these areas. It builds on the Construction & Renovation Tradesman Short-Term Certificate and the Residential Building & Renovation One-Year Certificate and prepares you for entry-level work in the field or to continue your education at a four-year institution.
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