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bernvall
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Jan11-12, 05:51 AM
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Im currently a first year student in a bachelors in Maths and in Physics and im wondering if this course is worth it. Can i get a good, well-paid job after this course? However, im not interested in teaching or becoming a professor. Would i be able to work in the financial sector? Or would i need to take a separate course for that?

There is also a Mechanical Engineering course i can take in my University, but im not too sure ill like it, because im not really keen on working in industry or with machines. and building machines. I see it as "dirty" work.

Then theres architecture. Recently my university has split the course into 6 years. The first year is a diploma in design studies, another 3 years on a bachelor in Built Environment and then a final 2 years specialising in either architecture, or sturctural engineering. For this course, would you need to be creative and love making models? Is there a lot of math involved?

Im not sure i like any of these things, what im sure of is that i like Maths and physics, i spent most of my scholastic years solving math and physics problems and not building models or appreciating the arts so I dont know if id like any of these things.

Thanks :)
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