Programs & Courses

Built Environment Engineering Technology

DIPLOMA

About the Program

From roads and buildings to machines and robotics, students in the Built Environment Engineering Technology program will gain skills in drafting, engineering and design to create the products and places that move our world forward.

BEET studies the built environment through three core disciplines: mechanical design technology, civil design technology, and building design technology. This program focuses on the fundamental theories and concepts in these core disciplines while learning and applying current technology so that graduates are prepared to enter a professional career as an engineering technician.

Mechanical engineering technology: Mechanical products and devices such as; process plants, machines, robots, tools, and all the “things” people use.  

Civil engineering technology: Land development and infrastructure such as; roads, bridges, neighborhoods, parks, pipelines and all the “spaces” connecting people.  

Building design technology: Structures and buildings such as; houses, offices, stores, warehouses, schools, and all the “places” people live and work.

Students will learn to research, plan, design, construct and test with considerations for the relationship between the built environment and the natural environment. You’ll also learn how to develop standard engineering and architectural technical drawings, use 3D modeling, scanning and printing, and design, code, and create products.  

Creativity, curiosity and a clear understanding of computers, mathematics, and physics is an asset to anyone entering the BEET program. BEET graduates can apply for membership in the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET).


NEW FOR FALL 2021!

The BEET program will offer HyFlex delivery, which provides students the option to choose in-person or online learning, or a combination of both methods, for a highly customizable education experience.

LEARN MORE ABOUT HYFLEX



CLICK HERE FOR TESTIMONIALS AND PROGRAM ALUMNI

COURSE DELIVERY: FALL 2021


High School Route

High school diploma with

  • ELA 30-1 or ELA 30-2
  • Math 30-1 or Math 30-2 
  • Physics 20

Mature Student (21 years of age)

  • ELA 30-1 or ELA 30-2
  • Math 30-1 or Math 30-2 
  • Physics 20

Conditional Admission Plan (CAP)

If you do not possess all of the admission requirements, the Conditional Admission Plan (CAP) may provide conditional acceptance to this program, provided space is available.

FIRST YEAR

Fall Semester

CADD 101
Drafting I
CADD 121 CADD Applications I
CADD 172 Sustainability & Systems Thinking I
CADD 173
Construction Methods
CADD 174 CADD Labs
MATH 150
Technical Math
Winter Semester
CADD 102
Drafting II
CADD 122 CADD Applications II
CADD 132 Mechanical Design I - Applied Physics
CADD 151
Technical Communications
CADD 161 Civil Design I - Civil Design Fundamentals
CADD 182 Building Design I – Building Systems

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester
BEET 201
Digital Design/Presentation
BEET 231 Mechanical Design II
BEET 261 Civil Design II
BEET 271
Design Strategies
BEET 281 Building Design II
Winter Semester
BEET 232
Mechanical Design III
BEET 242 Piping & Control Systems
BEET 262  Civil Design III
BEET 272
Technical Design – Capstone
BEET 282 Building Design III

VIEW COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Graduates of the two-year BEET program will find job opportunities with consulting engineers, architects, land surveyors, oil and gas, mining and manufacturing, product and equipment design/manufacturing, and all levels of government. The multi-disciplinary engineering background in the program enables students to be employed in research, design, manufacturing and sales promotions, and graduates may become an important member of any team engaged in developing the sustainable processes, products and places that make up our world.

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