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Engineering and Architecture

SoufianSoufian - Posts: 56 Junior Member
edited October 2011 in College Search & Selection
Hi, everybody... I am an Moroccan student who would like to study in the USA after graduating in high school. Well, my desire to go there burns me because I love Pure Mathematics and also the renowned of American universities.

Well, I'll take the TOEFL this year. My mathematical abilities are highest at school, I always help people in Mathematics in the Homework forum and at school.

So, I would like to opt for engineering or architecture, but i don't know wich one to choose, wich do you think is the best and wich one brings the most money ?

Thank you in advance.

Replies to: Engineering and Architecture

  • ucbalumnusucbalumnus Registered User Posts: 76,728 Senior Member
    Engineering uses more math. Of course, math (major) uses more math than engineering.

    Pay levels after graduation vary depending on which branch (civil, chemical, electrical, mechanical, materials, etc.) and what the economy and specific industry are doing at the moment, although most of them most of the time get paid better than architecture (unless you mean computer architecture).
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