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The Realms of Engineering

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Baneet Saini

on 29 July 2011

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So, what is engineering? Engineers are mostly nerdy guys who play video games and program their computers. If I found calculus or physics really tough in high school, then I shouldn't consider applying to an engineering program. Engineering doesn't really need a lot of team work, so I'll be working alone... In reality, engineering is a field that allows you to APPLY science and math to solve daily problems. Applying your skills to design things that people need... [innovation] using my skills here here or here What will I do as an engineering student? use your skills in one of these areas: civil mechanical electrical chemical computer/
geomatics Well, that was informative, but what is it REALLY like being an engg student??? Engineers do math and physics THE WHOLE DAY (uh, YUCK...) Myth #1: Myth #2: Myth #3: Myth #4: Engineering is the discipline, art, and profession of acquiring and applying scientific, mathematical, economic, social, and practical knowledge to design and build structures, machines, devices, systems, materials and processes that safely realize improvements to the lives of people. Textbook Definition:
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