ARCHITECTURE VS. ENGINEERING

| June 19, 2017

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What are the key differences between architects and engineers? Although architects and engineers perform many parallel functions, there are many differences between the two disciplines. Some may debate the merits of each field of study, but in the end some people are simply better at one than the other. Understanding the differences can help you determine which program nurtures your passion. Our infographic showcases the underlying differences between architecture and engineering career paths, as well as the specializations in which students can study or practice.

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