Hi, I'm 23 and I go to gateway community college in new haven ct. I have been taking my core credits and it is now time to pick a degree. My original intention was to get my accounting degree (fathers choice), but I despise it. My school has a few engineering programs and I'm 95% positive that I am going to change my declared degree to engineering, but which one? They offer associates in: Biomedical engineering Electrical engineering Computer engineering Mechanical engineering They also offer a two year transfer to university I am gravitating towards biomedical because my school is right next to Yale hospital and I figured having the skills to repair complex medical equipment would be very valuable in my area. This is my rationale: I'm 23 and im still delivering pizza. I need to find a way to make a livable salary asap. I can earn my associates to get an entry level tech job and if I want to, get my bachelors. Do you think biomedical engineering is a good choice? Are the other engineering options a better choice? Can I get a biomedical tech job with one of the other degrees? If I got my a.s. Biomedical eng., can I get my bachelors in another engineering discipline? All advise welcome. Thank you!