Hi everyone, I just got my Journeyman ticket as a heavy duty mechanic and finally amassed enough money to go back to school. I want to get a bachelors degree in either Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. The choice is haunting me I don't no what to do. I think I would be happy in either fields. Being a Heavy Duty Mechanic I have the fundamentals of Fluid Power, and Thermodynamics, and a lot of practical experience, which would definitely help with Mechanical Engineering. Although since I got my first computer I have been hooked on them. I have read as many books as I can about the designs of computers and computer components, and got into computer programming C/C++ and C#, and a little bit of x86 assembly. Most of the schools I look at don't offer Dual Degrees in engineering (From Canada), not that I would really want to because I wouldn't be able to take many specialization electives, and the workload would be way over my head. I don't consider myself being a genius, and I actually had terrible grades in school, mostly because I never tried, and the kids I hung out with. I have always been good at math and physics. When it comes to electronics and mechanics I have always been an exceptionally well learner. BREAKDOWN: I am not worried about money, if I was I would continue on as a heavy duty mechanic, so that is not an issue. I would be happy doing either as a profession. I want to explore a less charted area if you catch my drift, which area would have a bigger possibility of uncovering something that would make a difference? (Sorry if that doesn't make sense). Any comments, suggestions, and other information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much for your time.