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Civil engineer vs structural engineer

 
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reniwqwil5
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 04, 2020 7:52 am    Post subject: Civil engineer vs structural engineer Reply with quote

I would like information about whatís difference between the two(the work that they do) The pay Anything useful you guys can give me

Iíve been thinking about becoming a civil engineer but Iím looking at my opinions and I wonder why structural and civil arenít the same thing sound like they do the same work. Thank you.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2020 8:53 pm    Post subject: Re: Civil engineer vs structural engineer Reply with quote

reniwqwil5 wrote:
I would like information about whatís difference between the two(the work that they do) The pay Anything useful you guys can give me

Iíve been thinking about becoming a civil engineer but Iím looking at my opinions and I wonder why structural and civil arenít the same thing sound like they do the same work. Thank you.

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Dear sir
Civil Engineering is basically an undergraduate course and Structural Engineering is a post graduate course, which requires a degree in civil Engineering.  

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 06, 2020 12:47 pm    Post subject: Attainment & Successful Delivery Reply with quote

Attainment & Successful Delivery
I think this topic is not futile in  demanded subject deliberation
Every person got its own capabilities, competency & consistency to grasp issues & subjects
In practical world in professions, educational certificates do not count throughout, because these indicate only threshold of professional directions
No degree can define a person, when attainment is a big question mark
University education of whatever profile is considered limited in its expansion, when applications are required, which need much more knowledge than what had been learnt in degree or hight titles
Those, who deliver projects every year or whenever, they directly earn values that lead to attainment & then further pragmatism & super expertise, which are better than theory, because this is based on risk & responsibility alongwith accountability
In fact, no university got any ability to make candidate a real engineer, because no such infrastructure, at least in Civil Engineering professional educastion & all its subjects do exist anywhere
Candidates in all degrees levels must broaden minds to accept only some learnng, but in real professional life, real work based education would be achieved, that counts & demand be responsible in totality
Work practice & newer projects convert buddings to experts & nothing else
Mistakes caused in practice & work act as teachers more than professors
No need define what sort of education one got.
It depends on individual!!!
Have broad mind better
Move with responsibility & added obligation, with full confidence & keep off titles
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2020 7:30 am    Post subject: Civil engineer vs structural engineer Reply with quote

The civil & structural engineering is completely two different aspect.Because civil engineering is execution department & structural engineering is calculating size of footing,column,beam,thickness of slab.In profession civil engineers works for site management work which includes procurement of materials labour & ultimately profit & loss of work.But structural engineer determine size of foundation after getting bearing capacity of soil & prepare complete drawing also certifying that structure is safe for users.

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