47 responses

  1. Know
    February 15, 2012

    Thanks.

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  2. Hammad Siddiqiu
    February 17, 2013

    Thanks. Doubts cleared.

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  3. Mike
    January 11, 2014

    Absolute rubbish. A BEng focuses on theory and principles in more depth in comparison to a BSc. Additionally BEng students are expected to apply the maths and physics they have learnt in real world examples preparing them for the real world.

    Typical BEng programmes consist of 25-30 hours a week, where a BSc will only contain 10-15 hours a week.

    My experience as a BEng student was the hardest task i have ever undertaken and work 70/80 hour weeks of studying to complete it.

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    • John
      April 9, 2014

      Definitely spot on Mike when you said “A BEng focuses on theory and principles in more depth in comparison to a BSc”.

      Useless article.

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    • Mohammad Abubaker
      April 27, 2014

      tell me which one is better BSC or BE

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      • RANJITH
        July 15, 2014

        BE

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      • naveeniraj
        March 16, 2015

        r u sure BE

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    • BSCE
      December 16, 2014

      lol…”learnt”…If you compare the course load and curriculum of a BSc and a BEng it doesn’t take long to see that BEng is clearly the more elementary. Not sure where the 10-15 hours per week figure came from, but I spent probably 10 hours a day out of class…6 days a week. My Bsc degree also required me to take the FE prior to graduating…I’m curious how the BEng prepares students for the PE exam, seeing that every single item on that test was taught to me in depth in mt BSCE courses

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      • Tony
        January 25, 2017

        Learnt is correct English. You’re just showing your limited linguistic knowledge by laughing at it. Check it out, and not in a US “English”-only dictionary. So are burnt and dreamt.

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    • Mike
      August 24, 2016

      U are absolutely right I was going to Bsc but changed my mind to BEng Nd it’s much harder Nd better chance for jobs

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    • Biodude
      July 2, 2017

      Are you crazy?

      I have spent 10-15 hours on a single course /week. Genetics, biochemistry, micro etc.

      We write papers weekly, have labs weekly, tutorials, lectures and help sessions. You are completely out to lunch with your estimation of rigor. A b.sc is all about studying journal articles and thoroughly understanding the theory. If you think otherwise I would like to show you the 100+ papers I wrote as an undergrad.

      Oh and we also do math and physics. I completed a year and a half of math and a year of physics. But I also did a year and a half of chemistry, neuroscience and as a biology major.. Biology.

      BEng is a tough degree but your comparison of rigor is laughable at best.

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    • Musa Mukansi
      November 11, 2017

      I am doing a BScEng and I disagree with your statement. There are a lot of study hours required for this degree to grasp the work. We barely cover practicals and only focus on theoretics and abstraction. If you are talking about 60-70 hours per week in a B.Eng then I can only come to the conclusion that it was an individual matter. People perceive the workload differently and you may have been giving it too much though. I have numerous friends who are doing B.Eng in other universities who say that their workload varies across courses and is still manageable. I say the same for my degree. Another thing that should be noted is that schools vary in difficulty. E.g. Electrical may be a bit more challenging than Mining or Chemical engineering, but less than Aeronautical or Nuclear. Bring context before you bash a whole degree type.

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      • Ayushi
        March 12, 2020

        From where you completed your degree of bsc eg and how you applied

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    • Musa Mukansi
      November 11, 2017

      I chose BScEng without this knowledge and now I’m into my second year and I HATE the abstraction! It has to be worth it after I graduate.

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    • Roan
      July 6, 2018

      That’s so true am a graduate BEng Electrical Engineering student

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    • Drake E C
      September 24, 2018

      In the 1970s, B.Sc(Eng) instead of B.Eng was offered for engineering courses in UK.

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    • Abu Masnur
      July 12, 2019

      Absolutely agree. You often hear dropouts from BEngr but rarely from BSc, simply because the former is exponentially more difficult.

      BEngr graduates can continue into both MEngr as well as MSc, but not otherwise. I leave you to wonder why.

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    • Sanjaya
      November 16, 2020

      Do you have any accredited reference document ?

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  4. Faisal sattar
    October 12, 2014

    i can`t understand it. notify me at email

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  5. Jose
    May 19, 2015

    3 year Bsc degree is not an Engineer yet. In order to be an angineer you have to do Bsc (Eng) which normally take 4 years.

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    • Luke
      October 5, 2016

      BSCE is a 5 yr course mandatory. U got theory of structures, reinforced concrete design

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    • Luke
      October 5, 2016

      I don’t know where u studied engineering but getting a BSCE degree will take u 5 years…that is 20 plus units each semester, and a semester for me during my time in college was 6 months

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    • Musa Mukansi
      November 11, 2017

      My BscEng is 4 years and the fourth year comes with honours to it.

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    • Victor
      May 21, 2019

      There’s no scientific research that a student has to spend 4,5or 6 yrs to attain a degree,,that system should be checked,

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  6. tajammel Hussain
    August 16, 2015

    Plllllllz any one help me..!
    I have done 3 year diploma of civil engineering
    Now I take admission in university I confused that
    Which course as better for me
    B.e.c or B.s.c
    And mentioned with best university
    Plllllllz tell me
    My contact number 03472044636

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    • katlego
      September 21, 2015

      BsE is better than BEc you learn more about science and engineering
      and pp with BsE are highly recommended in the industry

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  7. PRASHANTHA
    September 5, 2015

    B.Sc is most valuable course when compared B.E. Because B.Sc is Pure Science it can be modified by several researches, But In B.E. The sylabus completely depends on Pure Science. And they create it as Applied Science. So I Will Prefer all to do B.Sc.

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    • Bhuvanesh Waran
      May 6, 2018

      I feel the same way some what . its like B.E Is studying about something that is created , along with theories behind it . Like spoon feeding both application and concept . but bsc is just the theory and extra stuff without digging to deep. Which will slow students find their own ideas for the cocept easily .

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  8. DEVCHAND RAO
    April 9, 2016

    i dont know bsc be

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  9. Namratha
    June 11, 2016

    I am confused about this !
    But at present situation which one is best

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  10. Vaibhav Singh Chauhan
    June 12, 2016

    I need to be graduate only in 3years so which graduation is better for me. I am a science maths student. pls suggest me.

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  11. Acumen
    July 10, 2016

    Here’s a little example. Few years ago, me and my colleague from work started a degree to satisfy engineering position at work. I have chosen to follow Beng, he decided to do engineering course with different uni but with Bsc. Due to study material to cover I could only do max 60 units/year (as this was to study and work full time). That would require around 30-40 hours a week(especially for math and Eng modules). My collegue took 120 units / year with one day release programme with aprox 20-30 hours /week. After comparing our modules, he only had covered basics, but managed to finish 4 modules @ 30 units each. Both of us will be engineers as a result, but I’ll have an Eng degree, he’ll finish with Bsc, mine will take a lot longer though..I think Beng course is more indepth and focused on engineering problems and solutions. This is to be able to apply science and methods to real life situations. Bsc focuses on selected science and will allow you to study science indepth. If you want to study engineering, than go for Eng, if you are inrested in Science (selected or in general) than the Bsc is your thing.

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  12. Jan
    August 17, 2016

    My girlfriend was insulted when I accidentally said that she was doing a BSc (chemical) and corrected me promptly and said that when you can’t cut it with a BEng you do a BSc.

    She also made a joke and said that “How do you know when someone is doing a BEng? They tell you!” Haha

    On a serious note though 28 students have moved/dropped out of the BEng in her class.

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  13. Moayad
    August 18, 2016

    And what a differences between BE and BET(bachelor of engineering technology) ?

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  14. Tony
    January 25, 2017

    BSc and BEng vary around the world. But BSc is certainly a much more generic term – you could get a BSc in Sociology or Psychology, which is generally much easier to get and less exclusive than a BEng degree. BEng degrees are usually better recognised.

    In the UK, if you mess up the last year of your BEng (even just one exam) you will often be awarded a BSc instead since you don’t meet the BEng requirements, and having a BSc can therefore suggest that something went wrong. Also, higher-regarded institutions tend to confer BEng rather than BSc. Basically there seem to be stricter requirements and regulation for BEng.

    Perhaps there could be a benefit to having a BSc if you intend to go purely into academia or research. But for anything else I can’t think why you would want a BSc instead.

    I have an engineering MSc but it is sometimes not considered as good as a BEng when seeking a job :/

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  15. Mohan
    July 7, 2017

    In these 2cources which has more scope in India

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  16. Palvi
    August 28, 2017

    I’m a student of b.sc.physics 1st year.BT I’m interested in aeronautical field or aircrafts.
    I can make aircrafts with the help of paper.and I know mechanical engr.drwaing ….so is it gud to do b.sc.
    Actually I want to change my stream…so what I do..????

    Any suggestion..

    Or do b.tech.aeronautical engr.
    So….what should I do

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  17. Karen
    September 19, 2017

    Then, what is the difference between a person who graduated with a BEng in Chemical engineering and a BSc in Chemical engineering?

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  18. Felicia
    March 14, 2018

    I want to study BEng but countries that have BEng offer very high prices like min 19000£ or min 20000$. So I have to apply BSc to an Eastern European country. I hope good universities in western Europe would accept BSc but idk :/ I’m senior year btw.

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  19. Aayushi Gadekar
    March 27, 2018

    Guys I read Ur replies and I am a student of BSC SEM 2 .I talk to my Btech friends and I got to know that BSC is much tuffer than engineering, yes it talks in depth abt science whereas engineering is all practical knowledge .
    I am not saying that engineering is of no use it’s a great knowledge degree coz maximum study you have to do is practically where as in BSC theoretical knowledge is maximum.After complicating BSC of 3 year and MSc of 2 years I will have hundreds of options for my post graduation but nowadays engineering doesn’t have that much value left.
    27/03/18

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  20. BEN
    June 20, 2018

    THANKS A LOT 🙂

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  21. Josh
    July 6, 2018

    Hi guys, I’ve read all your comments. So it looks like a BSC will be quicker to complete in Australia (3 yrs as opposed to 5), but have less job options and lower paid positions? What about in the U.S? As thats where I want to practice.

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    • Benedict Odhiambo
      April 5, 2019

      I remember the former CEO of Safaricom, Michael Joseph who said that recruiting a graduate from UoN for the job will require the company to spend a lot of resources for retraining the graduate in order to work, meaning they only know theory. We all know that UoN offers BSc. Now this is why Safaricom mainly recruit their engineers from Moi University that offers BEng and who are more practical oriented as is expected for real engineers. In addition, this is why more than 90% of Safaricom Engineers are from Moi University and not any other university in Kenya. You can therefore decide to make a choice from this point concerning the best course you want to take.

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  22. Engr David osho MNSE,MIEEE,MNIM,Reg eng
    January 29, 2019

    All of you are right and wrong before you conclude ask wha t is the deferent between engineering and science bachelor of science in engineering has to do with theory and research no practical,bachelor of engineering has to do with practical,research,implimentation and design,hours spend in research by B.sc holder is what B.eng spend in design,implimentation.A holder of B.sc engineering can only lecture and be used for research while a holder of B.eng in engineering can lecture,research,implement and design.Please check the dictionary meaning of the two degree before conclusion

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  23. Ray
    May 20, 2019

    I am currently pursuing my final year out of 4 for a B.Eng degree in Finnish UAS. From what I know, research universities provide a 3 year B.Sc, followed by a voluntary 2 year M.Sc. A UAS, or university of applied sciences, (or hogschule I think in Germany), offers 4-5 years of B.Eng, followed by a voluntary 1 year of M.Eng, which can only be done after a few years experience in the job market.

    In terms of overall knowledge gathered from studying this is how I would rank the degrees(1=highest,4=lowest)

    4:B.Sc

    3:B.Eng

    2:M.Eng

    1:M.Sc

    Ofcourse there are many factors that play in here, field of study, specialization, university, courses and credits, etc. However, with confidence, I can say that you are ill prepared to enter a job market with a B.Sc, but are perfectly prepared for a low to mid tier job as a B.Eng. However the chances of getting a high tier job is best with an M.Sc followed by an M.Eng, though an M.Eng may find it easier to apply the acquired knowledge for personal benefit better than an M.Sc who can conduct research and analysis better for midsized to big organizations.

    However, this mainly apples to Finnish and German universities. And stereotypically many companies tend to disregard Eng as they are specialists and are therefore not managerial material. That does not stop an Eng from joining an M.Sc programme. But a B.Sc does not have the practical qualifications, (unless with a minimum amount of work experience), to do an M.Eng programme.

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  24. Utuyo
    August 23, 2019

    Thank you

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  25. C.L
    November 2, 2019

    Pls telll me Which degree is most acceptable in australia..(Beng or Bsc)

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