Structural Engineering vs. Architecture: Which one to Choose

Rooted in civil engineering, a structural engineer designs tunnels, buildings and bridges, using technology, engineering principles, and 3-D structural analysis. This position focuses on the engineering calculations of what it will take to build a safe structure. An architectural engineer provides advice about strategies to reduce noise, meet building codes and problem-solve structural design issues. This position is concerned with what the project will look like at completion. Often, a structural engineer works closely with an architectural engineer to make the final project come to life.
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