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Online Construction Engineering Technology Degree

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If you want to join a team of construction experts who can manage the entire design and building process, your journey starts here. Online at Southern Miss offers the only accredited Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology online degree in the nation. The complexity of today’s construction projects requires greater skills and knowledge than ever before. Obtaining a full understanding of the construction and engineering industry is a crucial workforce element. Learn to coordinate and supervise a project from the conceptual development stage through final construction with this affordable and convenient program.

What does it take to qualify for this unique, highly demanded program?

  • 4 units of English
  • 3 units of mathematics
  • 3 units of sciences
  • 3 units of social studies
  • 2 unites of advanced electives
  • 1/2 unit of computer applications
  • More specific information can be found here or here.

We want to help you build a strong foundation for your career. If you have limited time to attend physical classes 5 days a week, there is no easier or affordable way to obtain your degree than by earning it online with Online at Southern Miss.

Are you ready to further your career, but you still have a few questions?

Are there any additional fees? Will I have to pay a non-resident tuition fee for online classes? What is the deadline for registering for classes? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page!

Construction Engineering Technology is about making sure jobs are done right. Make sure you’ll get the job done right and learn the business from the ground up with Online at Southern Miss. This is your life, plus college!

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