sxacho: I did. Knowing I want to do structural designs of buildings, it was a natural choice and I'm glad I made it.
ProfessorOhki: I don't know, but it's not B.
sxacho: I think what you're saying is that the discipline wasn't offered at your school
BigNumber12: Architectural Engineering is similar to Civil Engineering, but focuses on different types of structures. Both require knowledge of (and specialists in) structural engineering (note lower case) so that said structures don't fall down.Nobody's talking about architects
Private_Citizen: Mechanical engineer here - Two loving children and coming up on 17 wonderful years of marriage. We (wife and I) also have an active social life (blessed with good friends).Even my other engineering friends are pretty sociable people. Meh - maybe the researcher sampled a bad batch?
I drunk what: we call it Civil - Structural in our neck of the woodsand it would be nice if we all used the same terms to avoid future confusion...
sxacho: do you get it now?
I drunk what: so did you take the arch. PE exam as well?
sxacho: Nope. Structural I.
I drunk what: well at least this way you have a plan B just in case the buildings market goes in the tank
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