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Justin Zhang

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Allison H. Oct 30, 2016 7475 views

What are the most difficult classes that engineering students are required to take?

I hear that the required classes for an engineering degree are rigorous. I have a calculus class right now, and I am doing fine, but how much harder are the classes in college compared to high school? And, what advice should I take with me prior to going to college in order to pursue an...

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Calvert H. Apr 27, 2018 982 views

What is the hardest part to being a structural engineer?

I am going into civil engineering for college next year, and I hope to focus on structural engineering. I honestly have no idea of the difficulties involved in the career, but I enjoy seeing how building and structures deal with live load and dead load. civil-engineering...


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Ashley A. May 25, 2018 351 views

What professional organizations are best to join for civil and environmental engineers?

I am currently and undergraduate student in Civil Engineering and would specialize in Environmental Engineering as a graduate student. networking, organizations, civil-engineers, environmental-engineers, professional-organizations,...


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Ma J. Jan 09, 2019 1187 views

Economics+ Civil Engineering, Double degree, is it worth it?

So, I'm a sem3 final year A2 Level student from Malaysia and I'm thinking of pursuing Civil Engineering later in Uni. I have thought of diverging into the finance/ economics line, and have considered getting a CFA or Masters in Econs, as Economics is one of my favourite subjects. I also like...

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Melvin S. Jan 12, 2019 546 views

Undergrad engineering vs Grad engineering?

Hi all, I plan to enter Graduate study for Mechanical Engineering next fall and I just want to know, what are the differences (and even similarities) between the undergraduate and graduate levels in engineering? How should I prepare myself to know what to expect? Thanks. engineering...

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