First of all, thank you all for taking the time to read this. and yes I am assuming that most people do finish their engineering degrees in four years! So I am near finishing my pre reqs. All the maths an and the sciences. I think I have got two math classes and and a physics course left. It's been very very difficult for me because I was working full time while I took on 14+ credit hours every semester. My question here is how difficult is the second half of a typical mechanical engineering degree? I have not take statics, dynamics, thermo, thermofluids and etc.. I ran into a bit of thermo already and I despise that subject. These courses already scare me quite a bit and I don't know why. I am sure we have some Mech E. Graduates in the house, please share your experiences. Should I buckle down harder than I have? How much of the math and the physics will show up?