Hi, I am new to the forums and looking for some academic guidance. I am 25 years old and almost done my degree in behavioral neuroscience, however, I want to be an engineer more than anything. I am interested in engineering for many different reasons (I will not bore you with the details) and the only reason it took me so long to complete my undergraduate degree was because I found my course material incredibly boring. Now, when I am done I will need to redo all the prerequisites for engineering which will take a while (in Canada your prerequisites have to have been done in the last 5 years--it has been longer for me); either way, I am in Quebec (not French) and we have a slightly different system that does not include grade 12--you need a Cegep/College degree to go to university. I was wondering if you guys think I should simply do my prerequisites in university and apply to engineering from there on or if I should go back to Cegep and do the 2 years in engineering sciences to get a good basic grounding before entering an engineering program (really looking at Chemical Engineering at McGill). Bottom line, the prerequisites in university would last 1 year and cost 4 times more than doing them in Cegep, however, it would take one year more in Cegep. The reason I am so confused is my age--I realize I am no spring chicken, however, I really want to do this. Any help would be appreciated. Also, the Cegep program involves more classes than just the basic prerequisites (it includes cal 3, organic chem and differential equations 2 etc.) Thanks in advance.