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(Insert surname) 1 (Name) (Instructors’ name) (Course) (Date) The Ever-Accelerating Technological Advances and the Policy Statement 456 The policy statement 456 developed by the “American Society of Civil Engineers” was adopted through a unanimous decision in the year 2001. The policy was aimed at adopting a higher level of education as a requirement for the civil engineers to be licensed to practice. In addition to an undergraduate degree, the policy also requires a master’s level or a qualification that is equivalent to it (ASCE). The validity of this policy is dependent on a number of factors which include the dynamic nature of technology. The ever-accelerating technology has seen most of the content that was previously taught in the undergraduate engineering course become relatively irrelevant. This means that the engineering curriculum for the undergraduate is currently inadequate for an individual to gain the required knowledge and experience for licensing. The inadequacy of the curriculum has been
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