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Re: Should Structural Engineering be Separted from Civil Engineering

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Most and all engineering students are learning from mathematics, engineering mechanics to  strength of materials.  And after that, everything will be required to learn all civil engineering courses.  Either you're a structural, environmental, transporation, surveyor, or any title you have as a civil engineering educated person, you can't claim as that you are, unless you have an experience any of this civil engineering branches.  All the subject I mentioned above are all pre-requisite of any of all civil engineering.  Some engineers worked with only one descipline of civil alone, but a lot are working of everything, of almost every civil branches (depend on the available projects) and they are also as good as those exposed on only one branches alone.  I don't think we should separate structural and civil, unless the available structural theories are not enough for the whole year of civil engineering course.  And that's the time we separate as what mech, electrical, etc. are.
Geoffrey Melchor
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From: Baltar, Joseph P SPK <JBaltar(--nospam--at)>
To: 'seaint(--nospam--at)' <seaint(--nospam--at)>
Date: Wednesday, March 03, 1999 8:22 AM
Subject: RE: Should Structural Engineering be Separted ******