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Architectural Engineering

  1. Aug 9, 2009 #1
    I've been looking into Architectural Engineering. I'm an undergrad right now and planned on pursuing Physics as a major.

    I really love physics and originally decided to pursue it after some personal research on the topic. I feel like engineering would give me an opportunity to work with cutting edge technology and make use of the physics that I have become somewhat passionate about and the accompanying math.

    As much as I love theoretical physics, I'm excited at the thought of being able to apply physics to the real world and developing advanced technologies.

    I think Architectural Engineering is a good fit because, buildings are something that will never slip into the miasma of virtual reality, at least not for a very, very long time. What specifically interests me though is learning to be able to build structures with maximum efficiency.

    Also, after a B.S. in Architectural Engineering, I plan on pursuing an M.S. in Civil Engineering. Is this a good idea?

    If there's anyone that has any advice (or forewarnings), I'd be happy to hear your thoughts. And I wanna thank you in advance for even reading down this far.

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