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  1. #16
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    Re: engineer majors, come check in here!

    I guess when studying I just consider success as the only option.

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    Re: engineer majors, come check in here!

    Computer Engineering here. I am just now really getting into my real core classes (the 300 level classes) now so I can't say too much yet. If you can get math and physics out of the way early, this major is easier. I'm not one of those people

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    Re: engineer majors, come check in here!

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dfxrain View Post
    I guess when studying I just consider success as the only option.
    Me too. I have to because if I fail, I'm screwed!

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    Re: engineer majors, come check in here!

    Anyway, I think theres a lot of accomplishment when its over, I know what its like at graduation. I cannot advise you about how to get there because you didn't ask. However, I might not want to tell anyway.

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    Re: engineer majors, come check in here!

    Mechanical Engineering because automatically involves you everywhere in engineering. A mechanical engineer theoretically has knowledge of general engineering. That means elevation systems, constructions, architectural engineering, engineering (Cars) and many others... After the basics you can decide in which section you want to be specialized. A mechanical engineer can be involved in electricity engineer, an electrician engineer can not be involved in mechanical engineer.
    Last edited by Maker; 04-27-2007 at 06:04 PM.

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    Re: engineer majors, come check in here!

    Chemical Engineering might also be worthy of consideration?

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