Originally Posted by pxavier
This edit makes A LOT more sense. I view engineering as cog-school central... I thought it would be more hands on, but no, it's Dilbirt with the maybe-quirk of getting to see your design built, for the needs of a corporation. At least you have the right mind man. I'm a junior now, I stopped cause I couldn't pass Thermodynamics, and neither could about 3/8 of my class... That, and it depressed me. I only got to see one gear at school. And it was wonderful 20 second moment.
I think you've missed my last point completely. What I was saying is that I don't know if it's worth all that effort of applying for a small job in some big corporation. Nothing to do with the course. The only thing that's getting on my nerves at the moment is one of the lecturers is telling us we should base our final year project and units on what we want to do for a first job and we have to have a peliminary report and literature survey before the end of this year. I don't know what I want to do yet!