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What does architectural engineering consist of?  It is not a 
discipline I have heard of up here.  What are the differences from 
your average civil engineer?
Gary

On 28 Jul 2003 at 16:16, Caldwell, Stan wrote:

> Stan,
> 
> Then why not advocate a Bachelors of Science in Structural
> Engineering? Why do you seem to advocate leaving a "flawed" system in
> place and just adding another year to the mix?
> 
> Scott:
> 
> I have no problem with the idea of a (preferably five-year) BSSE,
> except that it is unlikely to happen in the next decade or two.  In
> the meantime, there is a degree being offered today that is almost as
> good, the BSAE. Note from my previous posts that I hire both MSCEs and
> BSAEs.
> 
> 
> 



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