Structural Engineers in the Philippines
Structural engineers are professionals who are responsible for ensuring that buildings and infrastructures are strong and durable enough to withstand damages that can be caused by both natural (earthquakes, flooding, hurricanes) and man-made disasters (explosion, wear and tear).
What course do I need to take to become a structural engineer?
Different employers may require different courses or degrees for those interested in becoming a structural engineer. Common courses/degrees that may help you get a job as a structural engineer include:
- Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Structural Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Materials Engineering
Do I need to take any exam to become a structural engineer?
Passing their respective licensure examinations is one of the requirements in seeking employment in the various fields of engineering.