What degree do you get to become an explosives engineer?
Depends. People that develop explosives are Chemical Engineers. People that design the USE of explosives may be Civil Engineers, or Mining Engineers. However, many everday users of explosives for mining and construction do not have a degree.
A diploma civil engineer can be become as a BE degree engineer after complete the degree btech from distance education?
In order to be an explosives expert you need to be an expert in math and energy science. If you're serious about it, the Missouri University of Science and Technology offers a mining degree with an option to minor in explosives. They used to offer an exlosives engineering degree, but I guess that was discontinued.
A diploma civil engineer can be become as a BE degree engineer with same value future after complete the degree btech from distance education?
Sidney Alford has: Played himself in "Nova" in 1974. Played Himself - Explosives Expert in "Dateline NBC" in 1992. Played himself in "D-Day: The Ultimate Conflict" in 2004. Played Himself - Explosives Consultant in "The Gunpowder Plot: Exploding the Legend" in 2005. Played Himself - Phd., Explosives Engineer in "Weaponology" in 2007. Played Himself - Explosives Engineer in "Weaponology" in 2007. Played Himself - Alford Technologies in "Explosions: How We Shook the World" in 2010…