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What is the best way to achieve a civil engineering degree? #workhard #calculators #earth

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I am perusing a civil engineering degree and would not like to be stressed out for college. I want to keep my mind clear and focused on my one task. A civil engineering degree. #hardwork #engineering #civil #construction-management

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DAVID’s Answer

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  1. prep yourself in highschool ..take all math including precalculus, chemistry and physics
  2. remember the first 2 years are the college weed out years with chemistry, calculus and physics..attend help sessions, work with others as a team
  3. you will be stressed but find others in the same major and team to share the stress since you all have the same goal to make it to the last 2 years when you actually take engineering courses
  4. in your engineering years take  some of each civil areas to get a well rounded education...soils, structures, hydraulics, environmental, water resources.....explore a detailed exposure in graduate school
  5. join engineering student societies, ASCE, WEF
  6. work hard, not party hard
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Alexis K.’s Answer

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Well, I cannot say you will not be stressed out in college, but it is all how you approach your scheduling of your coursework. There is a lot of focus that comes into your major, Civil Engineering. You have to take math courses, computer courses and so on, so I suggest you do not take all these classes at once. Maybe take two classes a semester or three as a part-time student, so you will not be overwhelmed and you can learn more calmly and understand each class and enjoy each class. If you are living on campus you may have to be full time, if so only take 12 hours that is 4 courses that are 3 credits each. Depending on your University policies for on campus students. But I must say again, do not overload your schedule, and you should not be stressed out.
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