posted on Apr, 26 2004 @ 07:12 PM
Okay, so, what do you all think of as the most "useful" college degree (one that can bring in the money - of course, most of the time, it still
depends on who you know)?
I've pretty much decided that I want to get a degree in Electrical Engineering. But there are so many other engineering discplines to choose from!
To give you some idea of the types of engineering available:
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Materials & Chemical Engineering
And then you even have sub-categories of the types of engineering above:
Biological and Biosystems
Integrated / Unified
It can be overwhelming to say the least. When I look at all that there is, I have trouble sticking to just one thing. Sometimes I just want to go
the easy way and go for a degree in something easy (maybe a degree in business, like most people, lol), just to get the degree.
I want to be able to create things though! And to see the fruits of my labor. I also want to make a lot of money by doing something that I love
(those people are few and far between though).
So, again, what is the most useful college degree? (I know this is opinion of course, but I'd like to see responses to the question and a reason why
you think your choice is the most useful).
[Edited on 4-26-2004 by EmbryonicEssence]