Kai C.’s Avatar
Kai C. Oct 26, 2016 612 views

Is there a merit selecting an Applied Physics/ Engineering Physics major over a mechanical or aerospace engineering major career wise in the future? Which offers more critical problem-solving requirements for these jobs?

As a student primarily interested in math, physics, and engineering, I constantly wonder which major I should decide. I have loved the necessary logic and problem solving required in some of the math and physics courses I take in high school but always consider if engineering is the right major...

#applied-mathematics #mechanical-engineering #math #aerospace-engineering #physics #engineering #aerospace

Allison H.’s Avatar
Allison H. Oct 30, 2016 5013 views

What are the most difficult classes that engineering students are required to take?

I hear that the required classes for an engineering degree are rigorous. I have a calculus class right now, and I am doing fine, but how much harder are the classes in college compared to high school? And, what advice should I take with me prior to going to college in order to pursue an...

#civil-engineering #mechanical-engineering #electrical-engineering #engineer #industrial-engineering #engineering #chemical-engineering

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Britney Y. Nov 15, 2017 881 views

Introverts in Engineering?

I'm curious about whether which engineering majors require more presenting and talking to large groups in both college/university and the real world. I just heard that mechanical has a lot of presenting ideas and would like to know about the other engineering majors. #engineering...

#civil-engineering #software-engineering #mechanical-engineering #chemical-engineer #industrial-engineering

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Karlee M. Aug 03 125 views

I am wondering what kinds of courses students can take during their K-12 experience to prepare themselves for a career as an aerospace engineer?

I am currently a graduate student studying to be a school counselor. I am working on a project that focuses on preparing student for college and career readiness. #stem #careers...

#engineer