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It's been suggested that AE programs in the U.S. are similar to Architecture
programs in Great Britain, with significant emphasis on structural design.
There are numerous Architectural Engineering Programs in the U.S., as listed
at the Architectural Engineering Institute web site:

http://aeinstitute.org/

AEI operates within ASCE with its own Bylaws and its own Boards of
Governors, similar to the ASCE Structural Engineering Institute.

Rick Becker, PE, CBO


>So the administative minds at Poly developed a program
>where students would study Structural Engineering and Architecture together
>in their first three years and and then pick a "major" discipline
>in their final forth year, earning a BS in Architectural Engineering.
>You could stay on an additional year to complete both "majors".

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