What is the easiest engineering degree to earn?
I am considering getting my bachelors in engineering but am unsure as of which type. Any background info would be helpful. Thank you!
Asked By: jenny42203 - 9/2/2008
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If you are asking which engineering degree is easiest to earn, you aren't qualified for an engineering degree. None of them are easy to earn. It's a time intensive, math intensive, and detail oriented field where they don't allow for mistakes or half hearted work. These people are serious because they have to be. They... More
Answered By: King's Kid - 9/2/2008
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When I was an undergrad, we tended to make the most fun of engineering management/industrial engineering and also civil engineering. I don't know if that necessarily correlates to ease of major, but that would be how I'd guess... More
Answered By: geek_girl - 9/2/2008
The first couple years are all similar between the majors. Mechanical Engineering is probably the easiest engineering degree to earn. The concepts are intuitive and generally less abstract compared to other majors The mechanical engineering field is generally very stable as well. Good luck!
Answered By: kevin kyle tidemand - 9/3/2008
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