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Structural Engineering for Architects
Structural engineering involves the analysis and design of structures.
In the oceans technology sector, this could include bridges, cranes, oil rigs, dams and other marine structures. Structural engineering underpins and sustains the built environment, where structures must be safe, serviceable, durable, aesthetically pleasing and economical.
A Structural Engineer performs some or all of the following duties:
After getting your Bachelor of Engineering, you will need to be admitted as an Engineer in Training (EIT) by an Association of Professional Engineers in Canada. Once you have completed 4 years of suitable work experience, you may apply to become a professional engineer.