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talljasperman's avatar

What types of non-physics/math based engineers are there?

Asked by talljasperman (18506 points ) 3 months ago

Like dramatic engineer, or cultural engineer, or Taco engineer.

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ibstubro's avatar

Choo-choo train. You get to choose your scale rather than your degree.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

There are none. Someone may call it “engineering” but that’s not what it is. This is like sandwich shops calling their workers “artists”

ibstubro's avatar

Dang it.

talljasperman's avatar

@ARE_you_kidding_me I was a Subway sandwich artist and I would burn fingers on the hot bacon. I was fired after the first week for being sick.

ibstubro's avatar

Obviously you were not a Subway sandwich Engineer.

talljasperman's avatar

@ibstubro The subway was 24 hours open and they deliberately ruin a persons food. If they encountered a drunk… they would put hot sauce all over it.

jerv's avatar

Engineering without math….

Even “social engineering” involves statistics, so unless you buckle down and learn the numbers, engineering as a whole is pretty much off-limits. Doubly so for anything remotely physical like chemistry, mechanical things, or any “hard” science.

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