Architectural engineering combines the principles of design and engineering to create usable buildings. Like all engineers, architectural engineers apply math and science to problem solving. They often work on-site with a team of other engineers, architects and construction workers. Architectural engineers must complete academic and professional requirements to become fully licensed. Most architectural engineering jobs require a bachelor’s degree from an accredited program, but students seeking research and development positions may need to earn a graduate degree. Aspiring architectural engineers must pass two exams and gain the required work experience to become licensed professional engineers.
ere are some of the most common concepts taught in architectural engineering courses: