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By The Associated PressArchitects: Architecture is a fascinating topic that often requires a degree in mathematics and the ability to think outside the box.
But a new study says architecture has some more intriguing corners to explore than you might think.
The new study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, found that architecture is among the most diverse areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
It looked at data from the Social Science Research Network (SSRN), a global network of data scientists and statisticians, as well as data from other academic research institutions, to determine how diverse the fields are.
“I think that what is most interesting to us is how diverse these disciplines are and how much they overlap,” said John A. Bauckham, an associate professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and lead author of the study.
Bauckheim has done previous work on the topic.
He and his colleagues looked at a range of data from more than 70 institutions, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.
What they found was that while most disciplines have an overwhelming diversity of students, a very small percentage of them have the ability and ability to tackle a wide range of subjects.
Among those that have been studied, Bauekham and his co-authors found that in physics, the most varied field was architecture, with about half the students in that field having a Ph.
D. in that area.
In chemistry, which has been studied in a similar way, there was a clear separation between architecture and physics, with less than half of the students having an architecture degree.
There were some significant differences between those disciplines, however.
For example, in mathematics, Baux-Agathe and his team found that engineering and statistics have much higher levels of diversity in their students, with almost 60 percent of students with an engineering or statistics degree.
They found that nearly 50 percent of the mathematics students in those disciplines had an architecture PhD. Other fields also showed high levels of student diversity, with engineering students with at least a bachelor’s degree at an average of almost 45 percent, and statistics students at about 45 percent.
When the researchers looked at students’ work, they found that those students tended to have a different approach to their research than their engineering counterparts.
While engineering students tend to be more analytical and creative, they tend to focus more on the problem and solve it in a structured way.
In contrast, in statistics, they are more creative, but they also tend to think in an abstract way.
By studying these students, the researchers were able to measure the types of topics that are covered by these fields and the level of student participation.
Overall, the study found that mathematics has the largest share of students that are engineering students, but engineering students had a smaller share of those students that had an architectural degree.
Other STEM fields, including engineering, were much more evenly split.
For example, the overall share of mathematics students that have an architecture graduate degree was 22 percent, compared to 19 percent of engineering and 12 percent of statistics students.
As for how they divide students into disciplines, the results show that students with a design background tend to have more diverse disciplines than students with other types of degrees.
For instance, a design PhD in engineering was the most likely to be a design student, while an architecture BA was the least likely.
The researchers found that, overall, students with design backgrounds tend to get more of their PhDs from other types.
For mathematics, this was true for both physics and engineering.
In addition to Baukham, co-author of the research are Emily Hockenberry, a graduate student at UC Berkeley, aswell as James Bauke, an undergraduate research assistant.
The work was funded by the Office of Naval Research, the National Science Foundation and the Office for Naval Research.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.