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So, i need quick guidance before next semester.

  1. Dec 14, 2012 #1
    Okay, so I am in a community college going for an Electrical/Electronics A.A.S. I currently work on a 1 MW generator powered by a diesel engine converted to run on landfill gas. I want to persue a path that I can use my 5 years of experience doing what I do now to get a good career. Now I was wondering, should I finish my degree and go into mechatronics engineering (spelling?) Go for a 2 year mechanical engineeringentry degree (you transfer after 2 years and getting the technician degree to get a engineering degree) or what.

    I just need some insight into what my options are. Sorry this is rushed boss just got here.
     
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  3. Dec 14, 2012 #2
    Okay to expand a bit, boss just left, I am wondering which path costs the least and will have the best job security really. I was considering getting my 2 year aas then getting the 2 year ME degree. I am also really wondering what exactly a mechatronics degree would be good for? Lots of questions I know any help is appreciated!
     
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