The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 67 (1989) > Issues > Issue 18 > Academia. Degree Courses in Civil Engineering - Another Personal View
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Academia. Degree Courses in Civil Engineering - Another Personal View

The last paragraph of Professor Michael Horne’s feature in The Structural Engineer for 10 January 1989 explains that other Heads of Civil Engineering Departments in universities and polytechnics will be invited to contribute on the same theme, discussing general matters within the context of solutions and attitudes adopted in their own departments. It will be appropriate, therefore, to use the same thematic headings where possible, though not necessarily in the same order, introducing others as may be necessary. Professor R.T. Severn