If civil engineering technology mesmerizes you, you're probably interested in becoming a civil engineering technician. The average income for a graduate who finishes a degree in civil engineering technology is $66,297, which is 1.65 times the US median and 149.4% over the mean salary for a security officer/guard. Our educational consultants examined all the data and are over the moon to reveal our supreme 2021 Best Colleges for Civil Engineering Technicians list. We hope you find the perfect college for you!
Nebraska heads up America in delivering five-star colleges for civil engineering technicians, accounting for 2 of the top 10 standings. After Nebraska is Kansas, with 1 of the top 10.
The 10 Best Colleges for Civil Engineering Technicians have not competitive, not very selective admissions, with a 73.7% average acceptance rate. On average, their undergraduates scored 26 on the ACT. They end up costing an average of $16,295 per year, after financial aid and scholarships, and their undergrads are awarded a mean amount of $7,686 in financial aid every year. For their overall quality, they received an average rating of 9 on School Authority.