Discussion in 'School Work Help' started by fly2dasky, May 12, 2008.
from the looks of the poll, I'm in the majority!
job: Professional Mechanical Engineer, CA, USA
undergrad: BS, mechanical engineering
grad: MS, mechanical engineering
I'm doing Bachelor of Maths and Finance does anyone else do that course? cos i only heard bout it like 2 months b4 i offically became a maths and finance student
Degree in Electronic Engineering and working in semiconductor industry
wow u do architectual engineering... im an B arts in architecture student... is architectural engineering similar to architecture or are is it studying the engineering sides of architecture???
hey i study architecture and from what my lecturers said architecture is not so much about maths and physics... english is the main subject u will need... but different unis might have different teaching principles... im only a first year student so i am not so pro at things yet. the good thing about architecture is that its really fun and enjoyable... but jst prepare for the workload =]
University: University of California, Berkeley
Major: Double majoring in Civil Engineering and Business Administration
Future Goal: Hope to open my own engineering/consulting firm...
I'm currently studying Business Administration at RSM/ Erasmus University. I thought that business/commerce study would be no1 among asians, but it's engineering (on this forum)
Law and Criminology BUT dropping Criminology to do straight Law in Spetember
and I go to University of Glamorgan (in Wales... in the valleys hahaha)
anyone an Actuarial Science students?
I'm an Actuarial student myself =) going to graduate soon
University of Connecticut
English and Economics, Double major
I want to be a banker.
I'm working at a bank right now so I'll see where it takes me. =)
Engineering - Electrical Installations in Apprenticeship
Right now, in university studying Economics. Trying to earn myself a B.B.A
DeVry University and currently for 5-6 classes Rio Salado,
working on Bachelors Degree in CIS, Track I'm going to be doing is Enterprise Computing/IBM system Z.
Would be nice to obtain the job title of "Software Engineer" but idk anymore with that track, just trying to get myself to japan lol; got about a 1.5 years to go more or less depends on me of course, like right now i'm taking 3 classes which i think are pretty much still GE classes but when I finish them i'll go back to DeVry University and i'll have to start my track classes right away.
I was in your seat once minus being a senior cause I graduated my junior year lol.
What certain Computer science major are you interested in? theres plenty variety and plenty of different jobs out there. If you think like "ohh I'm gonna graduate and its gonna be hard to find a job.." that'd be true if it's just that and you "just graduate" - you got to think about it more in detail, job's aren't really hard to find, it's just a job that you would want with a certain desired pay.
many people at school, just go to school to weasel by and copying other peoples work or their friends then they graduate not knowing diddly squat and in return when they go for the job interview they have a degree but no real knowledge to back it up.
Other people who do pretty well and keep moving up are the ones who graduate and actually know something, thats where the high demand is. It's for people who the degree and the knowledge/experience to show that they know what they're doing and earning the usually high salary they are getting paid.
Rather than the guy who just got a degree but doesn't even his tail from his nose.
but that's not always true, cause on top of having a degree it's who you know as well not always what you can do.
So networking and getting to know people in the field would help you out a lot if it comes to it after graduating
AAS: Advertising & Marketing Communications
AAS: Communication Design
1. continue w/ AMC
2. BFA: Toy Design
3. BFA: Computer Animation
4. BS: Direct & Interactive Marketing
B.S. in Chemistry in 2 years and hoping to be a dentist in the next six years!