Civil Engineering Mechanics [Mechanical engineering]

Civil Engineering Mechanics

Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Engineering Mechanics

The University of Dayton Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Engineering Mechanics provides an accredited, comprehensive program that delivers the principles and hands-on methods that are fundamental to the civil engineering profession. Our broad spectrum of courses maximizes your career options and provides flexibility to concentrate in your area of interest.

Technical electives in environmental, geotechnical, structural, transportation and water resource engineering make your customized program possible. Enjoy real-world design opportunities and projects that link leadership and service to learning and scholarship in our Catholic, Marianist tradition. Our scholarship focuses on advancing state-of-the-art design and building safe, reliable and affordable infrastructure.



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FAQ

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What is better civil or mechanical engineering?

Neither is "better". You might like one better than another or get better pay with one than the other but they are both serious and interesting pursuits.

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Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or Physics? | Yahoo Answers

I would go with one of the engineering programs. You need physics to do them anyway, so you will still be doing physics. The job prospects are much better with engineering.

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