Get the applied and theoretical knowledge you need to build the environments of the future. Whatever the stage of your career, Red River College Polytechnic provides skills to fill in industry gaps, giving you access to innovative work — whether that’s in the urban jungle, alongside nature, or in future-forward laboratories.

96% New Grads Hired

Our engineering and construction technology programs are designed to fill-in industry gaps and give you access to innovative work and experiences.

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$54K Avg. New Grad Salary

From designing and powering the places we live, to creating a more sustainable world, you will gain the skills needed to jump-start your career.

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93%Grad Satisfaction

We offer enhanced learning opportunities and small class sizes to make sure you’re supported from day one.

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“When I got to Red River College Polytechnic I was nervous it would be a similar experience to my time at university, but I was wrong. Here, instructors know my name. They say hello in the hallways, they care about my grades, and they make time to answer all my questions — and I had a lot of questions. At RRC Polytech, the instructors take a personal interest in my success and work with me so I can succeed. Being here feels like I have my own private tutor for every class.”

Allison Enns, Site Coordinator, Akman Construction Ltd.
Graduate, Architectural/Engineering and Construction Management

Careers in Engineering and Construction Technology

  • Civil engineering technology
  • Computer aided design and drafting
  • Construction management
  • Electrical and electronic engineering technology
  • Instrumentation and control
  • Mechanical engineering technology
  • Operations management
  • Quality systems management
  • Sustainability technology
  • Water and wastewater management

Other Offerings

  1. Average employment rate among recent graduates; retrieved from the 2018-2019 RRC Polytech Graduate Satisfaction and Employment Reports.

  2. Average based on data from the 2017-2019 RRC Polytech Graduate Satisfaction and Employment Reports. Average salary adjusted for inflation based on a 5.70% increase in the Consumer Price Index for Canada from May 2018 (average year) to May 2021.

  3. Average satisfaction rate among recent graduates; retrieved from the 2018-2019 RRC Polytech Graduate Satisfaction and Employment Reports.