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MahmoudRafik says

Architecture Engineering Here….. :nerdy: i guess it’s double major :nerdy: Joking

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MoeHaydar says

Architecture Engineering Here….. :nerdy: i guess it’s double major :nerdy: Joking

It is Engineering by name (just joking)...
A very interesting study.. it was my second choice after engineering!

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WPAlchemy says

All courses on a degree are important, even if you don’t like them, they are there for a reason,. try to enjoy every course and study them all equaly hard. That’s what makes us professionals different from technicians: understanding the basics of whats happening when you see it.

I’m not an engineer, im a veterinarian, but same thing applies. Physics, Chemistry and Biostatistics are very important, even if all i wanted to do in my first years was to pet an animal :p

My 2 cents to all those studying in our community.

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mrcharlesbrown says

Chemical Engineering here… graduated some years ago. Funny I ended up loving art more.

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MoeHaydar says

All courses on a degree are important, even if you don’t like them, they are there for a reason,. try to enjoy every course and study them all equaly hard. That’s what makes us professionals different from technicians: understanding the basics of whats happening when you see it.

I’m not an engineer, im a veterinarian, but same thing applies. Physics, Chemistry and Biostatistics are very important, even if all i wanted to do in my first years was to pet an animal :p

My 2 cents to all those studying in our community.

No doubt about what you are saying, I see the importance of all the courses, but as people we have to nag a bit about what we don’t like :p

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MoeHaydar says

Chemical Engineering here… graduated some years ago. Funny I ended up loving art more.

Hehehe … At least now you of a drawing isn’t nice you can blow it up

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