What is Civil Engineering?



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In this video I discuss "What is civil engineering?" Most people probably know this major consists of working on bridges, buildings, dams, and so on. But you may not know that civil engineering is broken up into different subfields that are very unique and different from one another. These subfields include structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resources engineering, and transportation engineering. Depending on the kind of projects you want to work on you will choose to focus on one of these four subfields. Note there are similar majors to civil engineering such as construction or architecture that people may confuse with civil. Be sure to understand the differences (which I explain at the end) so you can make a more educated decision on your college major.

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