What is structural engineering and what subjects do i need to take at secondary school?

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Nilam Zalavadiya Profile

Structural engineering is a subdivision of engineering which explores the design, measurement and construction of structures that support weights or heavy loads.

It is vital to all types of construction, and also closely related to fields like civil engineering.

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Johnson Blake , Enginneering Innovation , answered

With the passage of time the science of engineering has undergone numerous innovations that has in turn developed and modified the field immensely. At the same time advancements in the form of online engineering degree in the field of structural engineering or any other have further provided students with the conveniences that they require.

humza chowdhry Profile
humza chowdhry , I have 10 years of structural engineering education and experience., answered

Building the structure and design is
one of the vital responsibilities in the procedure of building building.
Structural engineering is that division of engineering that manages with the
design and structure of buildings.

Before starting the career in this field one must
have excellent background in math. Be sure you take the entire math course that
is available in your school. The Principles and Practice of Engineering and the Fundamentals
of Engineering are two exams that you have to pass.

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