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Chemical Engineering •This field of engineering interests me because I have a lot of friends in the military who are being sent overseas in the time of war. People such as the engineer in the picture working to detect explosives and landmines could potentially save one of my friends lives. •Like all chemical engineers, this chemical engineer must of passed a rigorous set of academic requirements. Coursework probably included a full spectrum of chemistry courses, some physics, electrical engineering, mathematics, computer science, and biology, as well as some applied materials science courses for his area of work. One question I have is does this area of work involve working in teams or individual work?
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Civil Engineering •This engineering example interests me because I am interested in the fact that you can help to make life better for humans and that whatever you design or build will be there for all to see and use from anywhere between 50-150 years. •This field of work required complete courses in mathematical and computational
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2009 for the course ENGINEERIN 120 taught by Professor Reinkens during the Spring '09 term at Washington State University .

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