Note: Applications for Fall Admission to Cal Poly
Pomona are due October 1 - November 30 of the previous year. Please see the University Admissions Deadling Page.
The Construction Engineering Technology Program is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for
Engineering and Technology (TAC/ABET). This degree provides the student with a firm background in construction. Graduates may
eventually work in any area of construction including building, heavycivil, and residential. Construction Engineering Technology (CET)
graduates work with owners, developers, architects, engineers (civil, mechanical, and electrical), building
departments, governmental agencies, contractors, and subcontractors to build a variety of
construction projects. Job titles include field engineer, project engineer, superintendent, as well as estimator, scheduler, and project manager.
Students receive training in construction
materials, drafting, computer applications, construction surveying, structural design, construction
equipment, estimating, scheduling, accounting, project management, safety and law.
The program has close ties with the construction
industry. The student organization is the Construction Engineering and Management
Association (CEMA). This includes the Associated General Contractors (AGC), Building Industry Association (BIA), and Construction
Management Association of America. (CMAA). The CET program offers a number of construction scholarships, and students may apply for
grants based on financial need and/or academic achievement.