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How hard is to become a engeneer

i am asking this because i want to become a engeneer. I already know some of the subject or proffesion but i want to learn more to be ready for my obstacles #engineer

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Daniela’s Answer

Hi Miguel,


Within the engineering field, there are many sub-fields that you can choose from: electrical, mechanical, aerospace, civil, chemical, and many more. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to learn how to become an engineer, but it will be well worth it.


Using scientific and mathematical skills, principles, experiences, judgments, and common sense they create the things that people need most. Engineering creates processes, technical products, and systems that meet specific needs.


You will need to complete a college degree in engineering. Engineering programs at universities are selective and competitive, so it is necessary that you earn good grades and high scores on college tests.


Decide which type of engineer you want to become and apply to the colleges that have your specialization of choice. Most engineering courses focus on specialized modes of engineering once you get through the basic core courses. Keeping a high GPA through your college courses early on will ensure that you are able to get into the engineering department of your choice.


Become a member of a professional society or association that is dedicated to your specialization. Through these associations you will gain networking opportunities and help in seeking further employment or development.


Beginning to focus on mathematics and science courses as early as possible will help prepare anyone who wants to learn how to become an engineer.


Taking regular and accelerated course work in the following areas will help middle and high school students prepare for an engineering career: Algebra II, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Computer Science, Language Arts, Pre-calculus, Physics, Foreign Language, Trigonometry.


More tips you can have in:
http://www.enkivillage.com/how-to-become-an-engineer.html


All the best for you!

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Wael’s Answer

Miguel, everything is relative. Some people would find it hard but other won't. If you are good at math and sciences then you be a candidate to be an excellent engineer. If you are, the question you need to ask yourself is what kind of engineering do you like most.

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Borislav’s Answer

Hello Miguel


Adding to the previous answers and something that I considered and still consider hard myself. During your engineering studies you will have to deal with courses and subjects that you may not necessarily find relevant or interesting. In your career as an engineer you may not always work on projects that you find interesting or challenging or what you want to work on. In either case you should not lose focus and always give it your best. Later on you realize that everything you are taught in college applies to some extent to your engineering job and having the discipline to deliver the 'boring' projects diligently will eventually result in your employer's confidence in your work and a spot in the challenging, interesting, high impact projects. Good luck!

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