Sr. Project Manager at Terra Consulting Group, LTD.
Greater Chicago Area
Last updated Oct 20 '16 at 14:09
Civil ! Ok I am bias to civil engineering. If you like to see what you are creating in real life and like the idea that you can watch it be built then civil is the way to go. Once built....then you may find yourself driving on that highway you designed, stopping at the new commercial development or possibly living in the redevelopment that you helped design. Other disciplines such as electrical engineering is much more theory driven, if you love complex math then this could be the way to go. Not to say if you were in structural engineering, you get to use your math skills a lot there too.
Try to get a summer internship with a construction company, municipality or consultant in civil engineer. By the end of the summer you will know if you if it is meant for you.