Should I go as a mechanical or computer hardware engineer?
I want to go to school for engineering. I'm totally fascinated with computers (hardware not software) and mechanics. I like both but need to decide soon (class selections). I want to know the pros and cons of both, and the difference in jobs/money,etc... Also what type of classes would help in that field. Would I use physics for mechanical and chemistry for pc hardware?
Asked By: gregchancellor - 1/7/2009
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You must study mechanical engineering instead of computer sc & engineering as There is market down in the computer science & engineering and mechanical engineering is always high job making education in industry.
Answered By: Partha H - 1/7/2009
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Answered By: allatu - 1/7/2009
I'm currently majoring in mechanical engineering, though I'm also undecided, BECAUSE, At the college I'm at, mechanical engineering is harder. You can more easily transfer out of mechanical, rather than into it.
Answered By: becca - 1/7/2009
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