Architectural engineers have the ability to understand all the architectural, technical economic and human components of an architectural project. As project managers, they are able to integrate these components.
Their specific expertise in architectural and engineering sciences allows them to evolve in all economic and administrative sectors linked to architecture, construction and regional planning. Graduates have a wide range of career choices available to them, including becoming self-employed architects. They can also work in a design office, architectural firm, engineering consultancy, acoustics office, control office, special techniques office, research centre, or with urban planning authorities, all of which is advantageous to an architect’s training.