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What type of engineering?

  1. Jun 8, 2008 #1
    Okay, I am a freshman in college, and I was on the course of environmental engineering. After some thinking, I realized that this wasnt for me because I was always interested in alternative energy like solar, wind, nuclear, and all that stuff, and I also like stuff like transportation systems and mass transit so I changed my course towards electrical engineering. Was this the right decision or should I have changed to mechanical engineering?

    For some background info, physics is very tough for me. It is very hard to figure that stuff out, but i find math very easy. It is just very natural for me to put the time into math more than physics. Also, I am interested in electronics, and once looked into the Informatics major but thought otherwise.
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  3. Jun 8, 2008 #2
    Sounds like chemical, mechanical, or electrical engineering could fit your interests.
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