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Old 04-12-2012, 01:01 PM
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I agree with what most everyone else said. Mechanical or Electrical engineering would be for getting a job in the automotive field. Computer/Information technology would be another choice that'd probably be slightly easier. Mechanical and electrical engineering are both very difficult programs. I also did construction engineering(civil) and it is probably the second easiest engineering degree(next to industrial) but it was still a bitch and was tough. Like ^ he said though, I'm glad I toughed it out, I shouldn't ever have to worry about having a job or money, I can go into so many fields.

If you go with an engineering degree, you aren't limited to automotive, so you'll pretty much always be able to find a job. You can even get jobs in business and management, etc. with engineering degrees.

Good luck!
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