Hello, I was wondering if anyone could tell me how difficult it would be to get into electrical engineering after graduating with a bachelor in mechanical. I have done well in my classes, getting mostly as and some b’s, but I really have not liked my course work at all and overall am very unhappy in college. I started out at a small school and was unhappy there so I thought it might help if I changed schools, but I still did not enjoy my class work at all. Due to the transfer I lost a great deal of time and it was going to take me six years to graduate if I wanted to change majors at my new school. I decided to just push through it but I have been very unhappy and now I am about to graduate and am not excited at all about my job prospects. I feel very disappointed and feel like I have wasted some of the supposedly best years of my life studying constantly for something I don’t really like. I really think electrical engineering might have been better for me as I am very interested in the field. In addition I have really enjoyed my college mathematics classes a lot and was disappointed in how little, at our school at least, anything more than algebra and the most basic differential equations was used in mechanical engineering. I look at the ee department website and read the course syllabi in electro physics and computer engineering and think I would have liked that much better. So anyways my main question is: what would be my best option? Just get a job and stop complaining? Is it extremely difficult to get a master in a different type of engineering? I know I would need to take some pre reqs but I have gotten all of the basic math and physics courses out of the way, which is a big hurdle. Thanks for any advice!