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Title: Multidisciplinary Approaches in Engineering Education for Global Environment : Earthquake Engineering from Multidisciplinary to Global Approach
Authors: Makhoul, Nisrine
Affiliations: Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering 
Keywords: Multidisciplinary approaches
Subjects: Globalization
Earthquake engineering
Issue Date: 2013
Part of: The ninth World Congress on Engineering Education
Start page: 1
End page: 9
Conference: World Congress On Engineering Education (WCEE) (9th : 23-24 October 2013 : Beirut, Lebanon) 
Abstract: 
Globalization has a great influence on the 21st century job market and professions, specifically regarding science and technology. The technical skills life cycle is becoming shorter and the mobility of technical specialists between countries is increasing. Engineering education is rapidly evolving and requires excellent technical expertise, taking both advantages of traditional and innovative approaches in education. The need to incorporate interdisciplinary knowledge into education becomes urgent, and moreover the complex global environment requires intercultural team work skills. This article highlights the importance of multidisciplinary approaches leading to innovation in the global perception of engineering education. It focuses on the role of multidisciplinary approaches in earthquake engineering as a successful experience. Moreover the multidisciplinary earthquake engineering experience is taking the challenge of using global approaches in order to be capable of better solving universal issues. Keywords: multidisciplinary approaches, globalization, earthquake engineering.
URI: https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/694
Type: Conference Paper
Appears in Collections:Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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