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Old April 21st, 2011, 05:08 AM   #1
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Master of Structural Engineering

Hello, I am currently working on my Master of Architecture.
I am thinking about getting a master of structural engineering after MArch because I think structural engineering is foundation for practicing architecture.

At the same time, I doubt that I will do well in pursuing for structural engineering master's because I don't have enough engineering education at both undergraduate school and graduate school.

So far, I took General Physics, General Chemistry I, Caculus I, II, III, Differential Equation, Structure I, II, and I never take some fundamental engineering classes such as Solid Mechanics, Engineering Analysis, Linear Algebra, and more.

I am wondering whether I could get an admission from structural engineering schools for a master's degree with this background.
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