The Case for a Master's Degree for Civil Engineering Licensure

@inproceedings{Killgore2016TheCF,
  title={The Case for a Master's Degree for Civil Engineering Licensure},
  author={Mark William Killgore and Eric Lee Flicker and Bradley C. Aldrich},
  year={2016}
}
For nearly fifty years, different organizations and authors engaged in engineering practice and education have grappled with the adequacy of the baccalaureate degree as preparation for a career in engineering, especially licensed professional practice. Technological advances and expanding societal needs demand that coursework cover more content, while the credit hours required to obtain a bachelor’s degree continue to decline. Up until the early 1960’s the average engineering curriculum… CONTINUE READING

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