Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Industry: Heavy Civil Engineering Construction

Industry: Heavy Civil Engineering Construction
Salary by Degree
Degree/Major Subject
National Salary Data 
$0$70K$140K$210K
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc)$52,234 - $125,990  
   
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng / BE)$55,245 - $123,990  
Master of Science (MS)$61,588 - $117,202  
Bachelor's Degree$44,113 - $128,000  
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)$43,000 - $122,447  
Bachelor of Arts (BA)$43,509 - $163,061  
Master of Civil Engineering (MCE)$56,460 - $180,500  
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)$43,588 - $101,273  
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BET)$85,800  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Business Administration$72,892  
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (BSME)$79,075  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Construction Management$63,997  
Associate of Business Administration (ABA)$69,314  
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Civil Engineering (CE)$82,939  
Bachelor of Business (BB)$72,000  
Master of Arts (MA)$70,000  
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Human Resources Management (HRM)$67,800  
Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc)$68,000  
Master of Engineering (MEng / ME)$63,249  
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)$50,263  
Associate of Arts (AA)$68,837  
Associate of Science (AS)$87,500  
Certificate (Cert), Civil Engineering (CE)$77,000  
Associate's Degree$52,000  
Bachelor's Degree, Business Administration$96,630  
Certificate (Cert), Accounting$56,249  
Certificate (Cert), Occupational Health and Safety$60,000  
Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc)$70,000  
Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)$76,242  
Currency: USD | Updated: 18 Jul 2017 | Individuals Reporting: 552 | About This Data

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