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DmytriE
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Dec28-12, 10:19 AM
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Hello Physics Forum,

I have been applying to different schools for the engineering program, specifically electrical engineering, but when asked if this is actually what I wanted I stood there somewhat dumbfounded. I like math, working in teams, furthering my understanding of the world around me, and the different challenges that come with being an engineering student. However, I'm worried that it's the journey that I really like and the final stop is not where I want to be.

For those who are working engineers, what field are you working in? What attracted you to the field and is it what you imagined when you first started the journey? Those who are currently pursuing an engineering degree are also welcome to contribute!

For those who are not engineers, if you originally pursued a degree and chose to no longer study it why did you change?

Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

DmytriE
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