Durham - Architectural Engineering
Architectural Engineers blend the fundamental principles of engineering with knowledge of all building systems. Using new and emerging technologies, graduates will plan and design integrated building systems. The Durham School’s five-year program, one of only a few in the nation, combines a bachelor’s and master’s degree into five years of schooling so our students graduate with an ABET-accredited Master of Architectural Engineering degree. As a Master of Architectural Engineering graduate, you will have an excellent foundation to give you a head-start in the career field. The Nebraska AE program is located on the University of Nebraska at Omaha Campus; all degrees are conferred from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
If the Architectural Engineering program is only offered on the Omaha Campus, will I ever have to go to the City Campus in Lincoln for anything (classes, advising, etc.)?
There are several lab spaces for AE students. Are there specific classes that use these labs, or are the labs mainly for professors and their research?
What is the difference between a Master of Architectural Engineering (MAE) and a Master of Science in Architectural Engineering (M.S. AE)?
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