So i have a bachelors degree in business administration and i feel like that is not enough for the life that i eventually want. so basically i have this this feeling that i should go back to school for a post-baccalaureate degree. i have come to the conclusion, since high school really, that i want to study civil engineering. i am looking at universities to go to and some of them offer civil engineering tech. i was just wondering what is the main focus of a civil engineering tech? basically whats the difference between a tech and a regular engineer? one of the universities that i am looking at in pittsburgh only offers a tech and says that they can pursue the same licensure as a normal engineer? the program offers alot of the same classes, however as far as calculus goes it only goes up to calcII. i dont know, im just confused on this whole subject any insight to this would be great. and if there are any civil engineering techs out there, i would love to hear about your job phew, and thanks alot anyone!