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what subjects do I need to take to become a civil engineer?
Your next step is to enroll in an accredited Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree program, which usually takes four years to complete. As a student, you may take coursework in surveying, physics, chemistry, statistics, ethics, mechanics, mathematics and design.

What qualifications do you need to become a civil engineer?

 Qualifications. Let's start with the educational requirements. First, you'll need a bachelor's degree in civil engineering or a civil engineering specialty. Your degree will take four years to complete, and will include courses in math, engineering mechanics, statistics, and fluid dynamics, among others.

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