I only have a couple semesters left to earn my degree and I still feel as if I have leaned nothing. I know that seems sad but that's honestly how I feel. I'm finishing up my undergraduate degree in electrical engineering. I just get the general sense that what my professors are teaching me is knowledge that they learned decades ago. I'm looked down upon as being stupid and foolish by them for not knowing something that they have already mastered decades ago. I want to be able to actually do something with my knowledge but can't. I feel as if there is just so much to learn and know that one person can't learn it all. If I want to learn how to say I don't know build my own electronic device like a computer I couldn't. It would be near to buy all the parts for a electronic device, solder them together, and know a vast amount of knowledge of all the components. But I don't think one person can do this. This is why there's teams and teams of people designing the latest phones and not just one person. I feel as if once I earn my degree I'll need to an extensive amount of self research one individual topic in order to do something as my degree has taught me not much useful stuff it would seem and just a general over view. I may want to focus one topic, like displays. Buy a whole bunch of books on history of displays, then learn how they work etc. But that within itself would take several years if not forever. Even if I could mass that knowledge I can't do anything with it alone. I seem to be lost. A college degree isn't meant to gear you towards to actually doing something, but rather teach you common knowledge so that way you you can do labor for someone else. I wish I could learn knowledge to do labor for myself. Sit down and actually do something. That's what I want to do.