What type of degree would lead to a certification in civil engineering?
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All 50 States and the District of Columbia require licensure for engineers who offer their services directly to the public. Engineers who are licensed are called professional engineers (PE). This licensure generally requires a degree from an ABET-accredited engineering program, 4 years of relevant work experience, and successful completion of a State examination. Recent graduates can start the licensing process by taking the examination in two stages. The initial Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination can be taken upon graduation. Engineers who pass this examination commonly are called engineers in training (EIT) or engineer interns (EI). After acquiring suitable work experience, EITs can take the second examination, the Principles and Practice of Engineering exam. Several States have imposed mandatory continuing education requirements for relicensure. Most States recognize licensure from other States, provided that the manner in which the initial license was obtained meets or exceeds their own licensure requirements. Many civil, electrical, mechanical, and chemical engineers are licensed PEs. Independent of licensure, various certification programs are offered by professional organizations to demonstrate competency in specific fields of engineering.
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The associate's degree in civil engineering is typically an associates of science degree (AS) designed for transfer to a four year college or university. If the program of study is civil engineering technology, then it would by an associates of applied science degree (AAS).
This question is obviously a matter of opinion. Electrical Engineering is tops in my opinion, though, but it is also the most difficult degree to obtain. I say it's the best because you can go into ANY of the other engineering discipline fields after you finish your BS. For example, as an EE, I've worked in the biomedical engineering and now civil engineering fields. With a biomedical or civil degree, you can't work in EE… Read More
I would think you would need a degree in chemical engineering. Possibly an different engineering degree with a strong background in chemistry would work, or possibly a degree in chemistry with engineering coursework.
The job opportunities for a civil engineer is very bright. Since only few graduates come out of universities every year having Bachelor's degree in civil engineering the demand for civil engineers are very high, particularly in middle east and Asian countries. A civil engineering graduate can choose a variety of job options like Construction management, Project management, Real estate, Structural engineeiring, Foundation engineering, water resource, environmental engineering,Transportation systems, Geographical information system, even in aircraft engineering… Read More
Civil Engineering is a degree course so you would have to go to a university. Hope your mathematics is good.
Typically for most engineering programs (except architectural engineering), the bachelor's degree would take approximately four years to complete as a full-time student depending on the credit load carried per semester, and provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college or university.
If you want an associate's degree before tackling your ultimate goal of a civil engineering degree what might be a wise major for the associate's degree?
You would want to check into the civil engineering degree first to see if the associate credits are going to be transferable. That way, when you look at the associates, you will know whether it will end up being more efficient to start at a community college and then transfer than to get an associates. Of course, if there will be some delay, then an associates may be the way to go.
The exact answer depends on the program and the school, but if you already have a BS degree then you usually need to complete those courses in the engineering degree that you don't have from the chemistry degree. Since the degree means you have completed your 'general education' requirements, the classes you would take would be the ones specifically for the engineering degree (i.e. in engineering). The other course work would have already been counted.
What kind of college major or degree and occupation entails the management and the development of a transportation system and which colleges would best offer this major or degree?
Civil Engineering.. and any ABET accredited school will be just fine.
The average starting salary for a civil engineer in the UK is â£23,400 GBP. To attract this starting salary the individual would need to have gain a recognized degree in an engineering related discipline.
What is the best degree for computer science engineering and how long would it take to get that degree?
Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Engineering, and the degree typically takes 4 years of university.
If you get an Associates Degree and took computer Engineering and networking would that be good enough to become a computer techninian Or do you need more?
Look at the job descriptions for the positions you are seeking to see what the companies require. If you have Microsoft Certification, that may also help.
Civil Engineering has contributed much towards the development of human civilization. Without Civil Engineering Services our world would have been devoid of complex and beautiful structures. Its an important field of Engineering which contributes greatly to the society.
Civil Engineering has its great contribution all over the world with innovative and developed structures. Without Civil Engineering, our civilization would have not been possible. Large Civil Engineering giants like Moffatt & Nichol have contributed great services towards many important projects in the field of Civil Engineering and growing rapidly with more upcoming structures.
Any engineering degree would be good.
No degree is required, but engineering would be helpful.
How long would it take to get a bachelor's degree in Mechanical engineering if you already have a bachelor's degree in Finance?
it would depend.
It would be engineering.
Yes. But you'll need to find a way to prove you have the skill sets necessary to move into the engineering field. If you have no degree in engineering, and have no plans to get a degree in engineering, I would suggest an internship.
Typically, you will not find a bachelors degree particular to welding. I have never heard a an associates in welding. Something of this order is usually found at a vocational or trade school. However, there are a number of related fields you can look into within engineering technology, to include, civil and mechanical engineering technology. I would advise you meet with an enrollment specialist at a four year college or university within your area. Typically… Read More
If you mean, "Could someone with a teaching degree hold their own in an engineering position?", well, then yes. Any technical-minded person could probably perform the tasks of an engineer if they're intelligent. But if you are asking if someone with a teaching degree would ever be hired for an engineering position, the answer is a firm no. There is no way in hell they would ever receive a job offer over an engineering degree… Read More
Even if you were allowed to do so by means of a double major, both are intensive programs of study with the degree in architecture being a five year bachelor's degree. You would be putting yourself at academic risk.
There are many different types of engineers. For instance, a civil engineer and a mechanical engineer would learn different things. They would also go into very different jobs. To go into engineering you would need a college degree. For a more specific answer, you would need to narrow down what field of engineering you would like to follow.
Mechanical engineering, engineering and maths would all help
I don't believe that an associate's degree in electrical engineering is available. I am studying for my bachelor's and would have to say that if there were such a degree, it would probably get you nothing. Even a bachelor's degree is the bottom of the barrel. Go for the Master's or Ph.D. if you are looking to earn a good buck!
You make a complete car so please tell mewhich branch of engineering better for your aim automobile engineering or mechanical engineering?
I don't make cars but a degree in mechanical engineering would probably give you some job flexibility over an automobile engineering degree.
After diploma in civil engineering if u do corresponding BE with doing job would be effect in future?
Yes, if you have a diploma in Civil Engineering and have do a corresponding BE it will have an effect on your future job.
Didn't even know these were offered, but if they do, you would be performing the same functions as someone with a technician's degree, in which case the Bachelor of Technology degree will take preference over the associate of engineering.
You would need to have a degree in veterinary medicine, and probably a board certification in equine medicine as well.
No, doctorate is not capitalized.
Some of the engineering professions would include: electrical engineering mechanical engineering chemical engineering architectural engineering electronics engineering industrial engineering engineering management aeronautical engineering marine engineering civil engineering computer engineering
Some specializations would include: Environmental Engineering Geotechnical Engineering Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering Structural Engineering Transportation Engineering
The Indian Institution of Engineers is a civil engineering association in India. Names of other associations would include Institution of Civil Engineers (India) and Institution of Engineers (India).
The minimum educational requirement for individuals who wish to teach in the public school system is a bachelor's degree in a teacher education program, and state teacher certification. This would take approximately four years as a full-time student provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college or university. There are alternative routes for individuals with a bachelor's degree, but without certification, still a bachelor's degree is required. The minimum requirement for a… Read More
What degree should you get if you want to design cars and what would be the best school to get it at?
A degree in engineering would be your best bet. Probably either a degree in mechanical or general engineering. As to the second half of the question that all depends on personal preference, where you live, what your GPA was/is and what your SAT/ACT score is.
The Reference Manual would, of course, refer to Civil Engineering and how its done or how it should be done. It is pretty self-explanatory. It references to what you need.
An engineering degree in fluid dynamics would do the trick.
A person would be hired for a chemical engineering job from a chemist, or from a person that has a degree in chemical engineering, or possibly a chemistry teacher. You could apply for a chemical engineering job online.
It would depend on the field. What career are you thinking of?
Anyone can be an enginner, there are no official requirements to hold an engineering job. It would be useful to get an engineering degree, since most entry level engineering jobs require either a degree or relevant experience. Some engineering jobs require you to be a certified Professional Engineer.
After you obtain a advanced diploma in engineering is the next step a bachelor of engineering degree?
I depends on what you are referring to as an advanced diploma. If this is from outside of the US, and considered secondary school (high school in the US), then yes the next step would be a bachelor's degree in engineering.
One might purchase civil engineering books to learn more about a specific engineering concept, or even engineering in general. Most people who purchase these types of books are probably either engineers, or students studying to become engineers.
If one is looking for a civil engineering job in Toronto a good place to start would be the Indeed website. It contains a long list of civil engineering jobs that are currently available in Toronto.
To teach in the public school system, you must obtain state teacher certification. There are alternative routes for individuals who wish to teach who have an existing bachelor's degree without certification. You would have to contact the State Board of Education for appropriate direction.
Mechanical Engineering covers it. An undergraduate degree in Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineering would offer most of the Mechanical Engineering syllabus but give you some extra units selected around flight / atmospherics / high speed mechanics etc instead of electives. That could be worth it if you are 110% sure you want to go into Aerospace and wouldn't like the more broad employment opportunities the 'general' Mechanical Engineering degree would give you. Either degree would be… Read More
Civil engineering, at a bare minimum.
To teach within the public school system, you must have a bachelor's degree in a teacher education program and state teacher certification. This would take approximately four years to complete as a full-time student, provided the student takes the degree as prescribed by the college or university. There are alternative routes for individuals who have a bachelor's degree, without certification however, you would have to contact the State Board of Education for the procedure. Typically… Read More
The best school to go to for a diploma in Civil engineering would be Indian Management Academy. There are many more schools to go too that are good.
In general Civil Engineers require a thorough grasp of mathematics and physics so these two subjects would be very important at any level of education for those wishing to study an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering. English language will also be very important as a practising engineer will be expected to write technical reports that contain complex scientific and engineering information and yet are still clear and concise. A high level of spoken English would… Read More
England: There are many paths to a career in chemical engineering. But in every case an education in maths, physics and chemistry is essential. In the England this would generally mean gaining GCSEs in a broad spectrum of subjects, including maths and science; followed up with A-levels in maths, physics and chemistry; then a degree in chemical engineering on a course accredited by the IChemE; then at least three years industrial experience to gain chartered… Read More