Civil Technology Program
CIVIL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM (750 HOURS)
The Civil Technology program offered at the Uintah Basin Applied Technology College gives the student hands-on experience in the software used in a civil engineer or land surveyor office. The program provides practical training in the AutoCAD, Civil 3D, Microsoft Excel, and how these software packages are used in civil design, surveying, road design, sewer and waste water design, and hydrology. Students will become proficient in creating the drawings required for contractors to build these types of projects. They will also gain an understanding of civil design principals and how data is collected by land surveyors and converted to workable drawings.
Spring courses begin January 4, courses include:
Civil Technology II
AutoCAD Civil 3D Drafting II
Excel for Civil Technicians
Applied Technical Math
Civil Technology I
AutoCAD Civil 3D Drafting I
All Civil Technology courses are offered in the evening. Please visit admissions for more information: 725.7103.
- Civil Technology is offered in Vernal only
- Evening hours
- Monday & Wednesday 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
- Tuesday & Thursday 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
- Civil Technology is NOT open-entry/open-exit.
- There are 3 times in a calendar year to start the program.
- Available to adults and high school students
- Students are allowed to try testing out of any class or classes in the program without paying for the class. See Instructors for more details
Student Entrance Requirements
Math 8.0 Grade Level
Reading 8.0 Grade Level
Keyboarding 30 WPM
Program Cost Estimate
Books & Supplies: $481.15*
Tuition and fees are based on program completion in the hours specified for the program length. *Tuition and Books are subject to change.
There are scholarship opportunities available for Civil Technology.
Program completers will be prepared to seek employment as civil technicians, civil drafters, or any entry level drafting position using AutoCAD. And with some experience they will be qualified for positions as civil designers, road designers, oil field well site designers.
For more information:
Diane Franklin: 435.725.7105
Placement Rate Methodology:
Following is a list of allowable exclusions for determining placement rate.
Allowable Exclusions A. Students who transferred to another program within the institution; B. Students who received a 100% refund of tuition after withdrawal from the program or those who stopped attending class after the first day; C. Students documented to be unavailable to earn a credential in their programs OR to gain employment in the field/related field due to situations such as pregnancy, other serious health-related issues (physical/mental/behavioral), caring for ill family members, incarceration, death, etc. D. Secondary students (Some institutions may be required to report completion rate data for secondary students on a separate form.)