I'm currently a Mechanical engineering major in my junior year. My current GPA through my sophomore year is 2.75 (2.4 for Major) (yeah my humanities are keeping me afloat..hmm). I was thinking of switching to Economics or Business but i just dont think i'd enjoy those either. I found that there was something called Engineering technologies, can ANYONE tell me what it is? how hard/ what you do in it? All i've found on the internet is that when a machine that a real engineer designs breaks down, its the technicians job to fix it. So, is it really just a real engineers hermit? Can i use engineering technology in the finance world? The real reason i got into Mechanical engineering was that 1st, it has a high starting salary, 2nd, almost guranteed a jobs after graduation. (yes i know, for all the wrong reasons) i didnt even enjoy AP physics when i took it in High School, somewhat enjoyed calculus. I understand that i went into Engineering for all the wrong reasons, but everyone i asked in high school (including parents and academic advisors) said the same reasons. Im trying to right a wrong so please help me. What is Mechanical engineering technology? and can I use it in a Finance world? Thanks for all/any help!