More difficult or more advanced

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In summary, the conversation discusses the difficulty and advancements of two branches of engineering, aerospace and electrical. The speakers agree that it ultimately depends on personal preference and each branch has its own unique challenges and rewards. They also mention that this is a commonly discussed but meaningless topic.
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Which branch of engineering is more difficult to study and more advanced in the world, aerospace engineering or electrical engineering?
 
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umm i would say aerospace but that's just me... and you can't really generalize engineering, all departments has its challenges, its own difficulties and its own rewards, we all you different lil gadgets and toys.
it really comes down to what type of engineering you like best... and for me it was mining
 
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chemical is hardest

between aerospace and meche - depends. aerospace has hard courses, and its not really that 'separate' from mechanical. electrical is a bit easier than some aerospace concepts, as its based on only a few underlying principles of electricity & magnetism and their interactions
 
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This is a commonly discussed, and completely meaningless topic.
 
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I always go for what I like best :)
 
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futb0l said:
I always go for what I like best :)


Well said.
 

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