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Is it possible to tackle more than one engineering major at once?

Asked Bakersfield, California

I want to be an engineer both mechanical and electrical and I want to know if I can tackle both at once. #computer-science #computer-software #engineering #mechanical-engineering #electrical-engineering #computer-hardware

4 answers

Rupam’s Answer

Updated Kolkata, West Bengal, India

I don't think so that you should do that. It will make too much pressure on you and you will end up rushing which will result in incomplete education in both the field. choose one and go for it. The more you think the more you get confused,

Karthik’s Answer

Updated Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

Yes its possible but there is no point in doing so, what is the point in Doing Mechanical Engineering and then later do computer science. Choose one major in Engineering and the you could got for Masters degree which would benefit you.

Vijoy’s Answer

Updated Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

I don't think that impossible, but i do not see any point is doing more than one engineering major at once as you won't be able to give your 100% on either one. If you want to do for the sake of having 2 major you may, but if you want to understand the then I would say one at a time is best.

Joanne’s Answer

Updated Montclair, New Jersey

My understanding is that they are too different in scope.

You could pair electrical and computer, but mechanical engineering is a challenging discipline all to itself.