What would be recommended if I was considering between majoring in biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, or mechanical engineering?
I have been struggling over my years of high school in determining which type of engineering I should pursue in college. #engineering #biomedical-engineering #chemical-engineering #mechanical-engineering
The most effective way to determine which branch of engineering is best for you is probably awaits you when you enter college. During your lower division years, Freshman and Sophomore, you will have an opportunity to take introductory courses to a variety of engineering fields. This will allow you to experience, first-hand, the types of work and problem-solving involved. It is likely that one Field will greatly appeal to you, which will serve as your Major during your upper division years. I entered college without any idea of what I wanted to major in and this was my experience.
Good Luck, Pete Sturtevant
Getting to know yourself and how your personality traits fit into various career areas is a very important step. When I was doing College Recruiting, I ran into too many graduates, who when on the job, found that they did not like or were uncomfortable with their career decision. I would like to help you to avoid that.
Ken recommends the following next steps: