|Nov5-10, 12:50 AM||#1|
Few questions about engineering from a 1st year student
Hi, i am a first year engineering student at the university of regina in cananda. I just have a couple questions to ask some other more senior engineer people. First off, how active are these forums? And, are there other, more active forums geared towards engineering i should check out?
What is engineering really like once you get your degree? Say i finished with a bach in electronic systems engineering (what i am most interested in right now, any comments?), what kind of job would i be able to land with that? My goal is to score an 80% average, and i am currently at about 86%.. How big of an impact will your marks have on your job outlook?
If i where to persue a masters degree after my 4-5 year bach, what kind of effects would that have on my job outlook?
And, before anyone tells me to ask my profs/senior students at my school, i have, and i still am, i am just looking for as broad a range of opinions as possible :D
PS, what is the future of electronic systems engineering looking like? If i where to get a job designing circuit boards, would i be replaced by a computer in 15 years?
Another edit: is electronic systems engineering the best discipline to study if i am interested in the very deep inner workings and details of computers?
|Nov5-10, 06:15 AM||#2|
[QUOTE=JyN;2969748]First off, how active are these forums?[quote]
Fairly active, but there might be other engineering-specific forums you could check out. Google it.
|Nov6-10, 04:13 AM||#3|
Just as I believe from my personal experience, undertaking mechanical engineering degree program without studying "pure" mathematics can not exactly be viewed as a qualified engineering course.
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