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some masters or post graduate degrees to be more successful in the EPC projects

some masters or post graduate degrees to be more successful in the EPC projects

some masters or post graduate degrees to be more successful in the EPC projects

(OP)
Hi all,

I am a mechanical engineer trying to improve in my career.
I want to know what kind of engineering master you could recommend me if I want to specialize in the EPIC projects.

thanks in advance

RE: some masters or post graduate degrees to be more successful in the EPC projects

yep, Im a strong believer that the school of hard knocks is more beneficial than any more letters after your name.

RE: some masters or post graduate degrees to be more successful in the EPC projects

If you want to get a masters, I'd advise getting a masters in something that is an area that you do a lot of work in and you feel the basic knowledge you have is inadequate. If you do a lot of HVAC and you feel bound by the college training you have, concentrate on heat transfer and air flow. Or if pipe design is common and you're lost in it, concentrate on fluid dynamics.
Or just something you enjoy learning about.

RE: some masters or post graduate degrees to be more successful in the EPC projects

A masters in 20th century diesel FIE would be useful.

Steve

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