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The Cooper Union - Civil Engineering Panel - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Ventouratos
16:14
how long will this session be?
Michael Ventouratos
16:30
ooo oki! thank you
gord
37:17
Lots of echo, jared.
ELADEM, JOHN 0418
58:20
After we finish our four undergraduate years, you said we can pursue a masters at Cooper. Do we say we want this from freshman year or do we make the decision later on?
gord
59:32
How accessible are internship opportunities for civil engineering? - Kyle Wong
Perrin
59:41
Do many civil engineering students at Cooper do internships/co-ops? If so, what kind of places are students working at?
Jeff Zinn
59:56
this is Jacob Krebs, where do civil engineers travel for study abroad? and what kind of research do they complete abroad?
Emanuel M
01:00:08
What type of physics, calculus, and chemistry do you take in your freshman year?
Ateeb
01:00:16
when do we declare CE as our major? or are we automatically in that pathway from freshman year?
mayagrutman
01:02:01
Is it plausible to declare another major before beginning freshman year or is Cooper not flexible in that sense? How would we proceed if so?
Jenna Manfredi
01:02:17
On the admitted student facebook page someone had mentioned that if you receive a 5 on the AP BC Calculus exam, you can take a placement exam to test out of Calculus 1. With the altered AP Exams for this year, is that still an option if you receive a 5?
Rui Hu
01:04:12
Are there any summer opportunities at Cooper? - Yuri Hu
ELADEM, JOHN 0418
01:09:13
When do we declare if we want a minor along with the CE masters?
Patrick Michel
01:09:28
how about invention factory?
ELADEM, JOHN 0418
01:10:53
I meant if we want to minor in humanity for example along with majoring in CE, when do we say so?
Emanuel M
01:11:10
Do CE students to projects with art or architecture students?
Emanuel M
01:11:45
Do*
mayagrutman
01:12:18
Is it possible to switch majors by the end of your fall semester during freshman year so you don’t miss any of the required courses for the “new” major?
Patrick Michel
01:12:35
if we want to pursue financing or entrepreneurship in graduate school after earning Masters in CE,
ELADEM, JOHN 0418
01:12:40
If we aspire to get a Masters in 4 years, but fail to get enough credits in said time, is it still possible to pursue it in 5?
MonicaAbdallah
01:13:14
https://cooper.edu/academics/courses-open-all-students
Josh
01:13:15
For the design projects, do we learn all the skills to do the projects in that current class and can we ask professors for help if we are lost?
MonicaAbdallah
01:13:39
Courses open to students in all three schools are listed in the link above! I believe this is updated every semester.
Perrin
01:13:41
How is online learning going for civil engineering students, without the ability to do in-person labs or lectures?
Jenna Manfredi
01:14:55
When do you have to declare that you want to do the Masters in 4 years?
MonicaAbdallah
01:15:00
@John Eladem — yes, you can still pursue it in 5 years!
Emanuel M
01:15:46
Does environment engineering include renewable energies?
MonicaAbdallah
01:18:59
Info about our Masters program: http://cooper.edu/engineering/curriculum/master
Perrin
01:19:11
Is there any option to do a concentration in transportation for civil engineering at Cooper?
Jenna Manfredi
01:20:15
What is the average male to female ratio of students in the CE program?
MonicaAbdallah
01:22:09
Keep a look out for an email about a virtual chat with our SWE chapter this Wednesday, 4/22!
ELADEM, JOHN 0418
01:23:54
Thank you all!
Perrin
01:23:57
Thank you!
Josh
01:24:03
Thank you!
Emanuel M
01:24:04
thanks