Engineering And Architecture Degrees

Have you narrowed down your career choices to architecture and engineering? Do these two choices not seem like they are even in the same focus area? Although at first glance you may not realize that these two fields of study are related, in fact the degree programs have quite a lot in common. For instance, both of these areas require a significant amount of mathematics based courses. In addition, you can expect hands-on courses to be prominent in both fields of study.

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Within the engineering spectrum it is important to note that there are some concentration areas that will allow you to earn a higher salary than other areas of engineering. While this factor may influence the educational path you pursue, you will likely also want to think about your natural abilities and what type of engineering work you think you would most enjoy. However, if salary is a big deciding factor for you, then you may want to think about a career in petroleum engineering. A degree program in this area will primarily focus on geology, physics, and chemistry courses. Depending upon your specific degree program you may also study fluid dynamics, petrophysics, and fluid mechanics. Regardless of the degree level you are pursuing, just prior to graduation you can expect to be required to complete an internsh