What type of engineer should I become?
I am confused about what options are the best for me. I have an interest in mathematics, and physics. I am good with business & management. I have tried computer programming and it did not interest me at all. Basically I am stuck whether I should be a civil, mechanical, or electrical engineer. I tend to enjoy science courses, and like to use the application of mathematics. Some things about me: - I like applying mathamatics and solving real world problems. - I like to manage a group, but still would like to have a boss to manage me, and keep me on track. - I am not very creative artistically, however mathematically, i can become very creative. - I am good with trigonometry I thought of becoming an architect because the career is very creative, and imaginative however I realized that that i am not really artistically creative. also, i want to have a stable job with not too much traveling. Which type of engineer is best for me?
Asked By: Youcoco - 1/29/2013
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You should look at either mechanical or civil engineering.
Answered By: Chuckles - 1/29/2013
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