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BS in Electrical Engineering

  1. Jun 5, 2014 #1
    Hi guys, I am 30 years old, I work pretty much full time and I am working towards my EE degree slowly right now at a local community college. I took Calc 1,2,3 finishing Diff Eq now during summer semester, took engineering physics too (1st of 3).
    It is difficult stuff just due to time constraints, work house, wife,boring adult stuff to do.
    I was looking at my local Universities flow sheet for EE and it is a LOT of classes.

    Once you get through all the calc/diff and Physics does it get "easier"
    I am have to dedicate a lot of time to my physics homework and doing physics lab.
    Is the workload for Electrical Engineering classes about the same ?
     
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  3. Jun 5, 2014 #2
    From my experience, class work stays about the same. The lab work may or may not get more difficult and time consuming. I would not say it gets significantly easier.
     
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