Career Questions tagged Architectural Engineering
I am currently a sophomore in Mechanical Engineering, but I find myself more interested in Architectural Engineering. Some people have told me that Architectural Engineering is more narrow as a field and that it's not worth switching into, but I'm not sure what to do. Should I change my major?...
Is it possible for one to work as an Architect and an Architectural Engineer? I Know they're two incredibly different fields, but I am incredibly passionate about both and am curious if there is a way to actually participat ein both in the work force.
I am aiming for a BS in Architectural Engineering and Plan on getting a Masters in Architecture, to give myself a well-rounded education. I've heard from professors that it's fairly black and white between the two careers, however that might simply only be the case in America. Maybe other...
I am interested in Architectural Engineering. I have been told that getting my Master's Degree will require 6 years of schooling - is this true? Or do I only need the standard 5 years?
I would like to earn my master's in Architectural Engineering, thus I need to know how many years of schooling I am required to take. Hopefully, money earned through scholarship programs will assist in paying for additional years of schooling. #architecture #architectural-engineering...
What are the similarites and differences between civil engineering, architecture, and architectural engineering?
Hello, I'm currently a civil engineering student at the University of Dayton. I'm in a sort of dilemma where, like any other college student, am unsure of where I want to go degree-wise. I really thought that civil engineering would be a great stepping stone for me into architecture until I...
Is having a wildly different and innovative idea practical in the architecture world? It may seem like an easy question, but are most architectural projects designed to have a "wow factor" or are they just whatever is trending?
I am currently a senior in high school who will be majoring in architecture next year. I've always loved architecture and have wanted to be one since my kindergarten days. I want to know from an actual architect if they have the liberty to design pretty much whatever they want (within...
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