Trying to decide between Physics and Mechanical Engineering as major?
So I'm currently a physics and mechanical engineering double major. I'm getting a little frustrated with some of the engineering classes, but I absolutely love the physics. Even though the physics side makes me think, the engineering side, which I'm starting to learn, cares mostly about money and the cost to make stuff. Not sure if I should just continue on and tought it out or switch over to one major. I'll most likely try to get an internship this year haven't decided which major I would want it to be for, but it will happen. I also don't like the feeling that if I do get a physics degree, I'll have a harder time finding a job, rather than the engineering degree. Little bit of advice please?
Asked By: MEARS - 11/27/2012
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If you like both, I suggest, if you can, stick with both majors. If not, then grab the mechanical engineering degree. It's not easy to get a job already, so you should grab a discipline that has a larger market... More
Answered By: Don' wanna - 11/27/2012
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You'd have a way easier time finding work (and good paying work at that) with mechanical engineering. Engineering is basically applied physics. Its physics with a purpose which is much more valuable in the real world.
Answered By: DS - 11/27/2012
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