Mathematical Science

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Mathematical Science

Postby djasmith » Sun Dec 02, 2007 12:25 am

OK a question about college courses here... I was at the open days in DIT and UCD earlier today, with all the intentions of going and finding out more about the civil engineering courses, physics, and architecture...

After a while of wandering I came across a course which seems fascinating and I think I'll love - Mathematical Science...

Now the lovely girl introducing me to the course half mentioned that even with this course, there would be quite a lot of career oppertunities in architecture or civil engineering, more on the project managment end of things.... but there's nothing mentioning that in the brochures....

Does anybody know anything about this? Or have they heard about it in the past people getting into the archi stuff through doing a course like the mathematics science.....

Many thanks for any help / advice in advance.

Daithi.
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