Overview of Career
What kinds of education are needed for this career?
College classes: Required classes for college would be Bachelors in engineering, and GRE.
Cost of Education and Living
$3500 for housing
$2200 for food
$450 for gas
$225 for clothing
Total tuition $103,967
Schooling and living for four years is about$110,642
Although this seems like a lot of money I would apply for loans, financial aid, and scholarships. I would also have a part time job to help with these expenses. I also think that I will definitely keep following this career and pursue my goals on the way.
Websites Associated with Civil Engineer
American society of civil engineers-http://www.asce.org
American society of safety Americans-http://www.asce.org
Pros and Cons
-Civil engineers like working with people and solving problems.
-Civil engineers also like working in communities.
-Civil engineers enjoy seeing before and after products.
-Sometimes civil engineers have to work long hours.
-Sometimes civil engineers have to work with political interest groups that they would rather not.
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