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Mech. Engineering Bachelors to M. Arch or Engineering Job?

brandonrosario

I am about to graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, but I have been interested in pursuing architecture as my career. I have been pressured by my parents to get a full time engineering job ASAP and get my Master's at night, but that option would change my 3 year degree to a longer degree. I have little interest in an engineering job, and I would much rather enjoy pursuing my M.Arch. However if I immediately pursue an engineering job, I would benefit financially. Should I follow their advice or should I pursue my Master's?

 
Mar 18, 20 5:54 pm
JawkneeMusic

They're not gonna teach you anything In structural analysis Very rarely they will teach you the materials but you can't do those without the advance structural analysis you should know already from mechanical Engineering You know Vibrations And those things aren't really tested at most schools they might at the prestigious well and old ones

Mar 18, 20 6:03 pm  · 
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JawkneeMusic

You won't learn foundations

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JawkneeMusic

I'll be honest with you there's a split and it's due to the government The architects don't know anything and the engineers don't really have the law on their side

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JawkneeMusic

You just got a remember that you learned fluid mechanics you got this already take the leap

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JawkneeMusic

Here should I say If you know plastics Whether it's on your own or through the school Fight the government it's policies

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Non Sequitur

Should you not be in quarantine?

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lusocvulcan

In a similar situation, only in civil engineering and I have not graduated. I have decided to purse architecture regardless after I graduate in 2 years

Mar 18, 20 7:13 pm  · 
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victoriay.han

yoo same. I'm also gonna graduate w a meche bs but wanna pursue architecture

May 15, 20 7:49 pm  · 
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