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    concentration of undergraduate studies to focus on. Specifically, it was to either choose between civil and environmental engineering major of studies. I was at a crossroads. Yet, I wanted to evaluate the career path more in depth to make a decision that will correlate to my values and lifestyle objectives. I began to experience some anxiety about the major courses and confusion as to which career provided the most appealing outlook after graduation. Florida State University issued notifications about graduation check and advisors informing about how much closer I must decide because I was drawing near my completion of prerequisites for the engineering program. Thus,…

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    Civil Engineering is a professional Engineering field that deals with the construction, design, and maintenance of the built structures. The Civil Engineering field is broken up into 5 specific field’s water resources, structural, geotechnical, environmental, and transportation. The projects that Civil Engineers work on may be for the public or private sector. Even though Civil Engineers may have their own specialties, they still collaborate on projects together with other Civil Engineers…

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    spent my infancy in the relatively small and ancient city of Cusco, with just a few impressive and interesting constructions, due to my father’s profession in civil engineering, I was always connected to the construction world. Since I was a child, I have asked myself many questions related to the construction world.ironically the more I grew, the more questions I had. Like Socrates once said, “I know that I know nothing.” My connection with civil engineering started with my…

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    What makes a civil engineer different than any of the many other branches of engineering? Well it is certain that all branches of engineering must have a proficient understanding of math, science and technology in order to succeed (Georgia Tech, “What is Engineering”). Civil engineers however must be able to take the knowledge from these three areas and apply to create or enhance public works. A public work is nearly every type of transportation and transportation center, including space…

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    A very professional engineering which deals with the planning, designing, constructing and also maintaining public establishments such as buildings, roadways, bridges, canals, dams, railroads, airports and so on are called Civil Engineering. It very much defines the civilization of the modern society and, also the oldest disciple after military engineering. It is also the application of scientific and physical principles for solving the crisis the society. There are about 13 different…

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    Civil engineering is the professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, and construction, and built something like rods, bridges, dam and building. It’s also called one of the oldest engineering disciplines. This discipline also gives an opportunity to educator to use knowledge of applied mathematics s and sciences in order to solve the complicate problems in the real world. Three years ago, my parent decided to build a property, so we need to hire some civil engineers to…

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    the ability to use inductive and deductive reasoning and to visualize how designs can be implemented in real life. All of these make sense due to the fact that Civil Engineers need to be able to think on the spot for solutions and be able to evaluate their decisions to come up with simple solutions to complex problems. From Mr. Ayers I learned that people in this field also need to have great communication skills especially for someone in his position. He has to describe these complex ideas to…

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    Engineering belongs in many different fields, but what makes them similar is the thought process of the engineer. Engineers have to have an innate curiosity about them they not only have to wonder about how the world the works and why it works that way, but have to look for opportunities to enhance life in every field they can. Civil engineers look at the world and land to create something different and functional then what was there before. Civil engineers mostly work on structures to help…

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    by informing the reader what civil engineering is and how it came about. Without civil engineers the life we live today would not be the same. Although buildings and bridges are usually what comes to mind when thinking of civil engineering, civil engineers can design many things, from water systems, to space stations. This article informs the reader that there is various types of designs civil engineers can create. About Civil Engineering. (n.d.). Retrieved March 22, 2016, from…

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    Statement of Purpose Anyone can be an engineer with a degree, but a good engineer needs to be a motivated failure. As Zig Ziglar said, “Failure is a detour, not a dead-end street.” I have failed before, but I did not stop there; nevertheless, I worked hard to make my dreams come alive as a good civil engineer. I have done the hard work, and I have succeeded in getting my bachelor degree in Civil Engineering from Umm Al-Qura University in Mecca, Saudi Arabia after a long pedagogic journey. And…

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