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  • Architectural Engineering

    The B.S. in Architectural Engineering degree prepares graduates for professional engineering careers within the architectural, engineering, and construction industry. Specifically, it prepares them to become licensed professional engineers, achieve leadership positions in consulting firms, suppliers or government agencies, as well as successfully complete graduate studies in engineering or other areas.

    • The Mechanical Building Systems Track prepares students for careers with more emphasis on energy efficiency, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning), building environmental controls, and building environment.  The focus electives prepare students to design and analyze mechanical systems for buildings.

    • The Structural Building Systems Track prepares students for careers with more emphasis on the structural design and safety of buildings.  The focus electives prepare students to design and analyze structural systems for buildings.

    What do you want to do with Architectural Engineering?

    Career ideas for Architectural Engineering majors:

    Architectural Engineer, Construction Engineer, Safety Engineer, Structural Engineer

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