What Qualifications Does an Entry-Level Civil Engineer Need?
An entry-level civil engineer needs to have a number of qualifications to work in the industry. You should have a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or a closely related subject. You can also enroll in a 3+2 program, spending the first three years as an undergraduate and the final two getting a master’s degree. Licensing and certification vary by state, but there are several professional organizations that confer licenses to engineers. Internships during college are a good way to improve job opportunities while learning the responsibilities of a full-time engineer.
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