This article was very helpful to me to make sure this is the career choice I want to enter into in the future. I found that my particular skills and strengths directly correlate with this career. Also I believe that this is the pay grade I intend to achieve in the future and the job market for this type of college grad is good in the future. This also provides me with a more broad interpretation of Engineering and I believe it would be easy to move laterally between this major and others. I think this was the right career choice for me in the future and I am glad I dedicated my research project to this career.
An ASU chemical engineering major is already looking past his upcoming graduation at age 18 to earning a master's degree next year.
The accelerated program for graduating college as an engineer is apealing because of fact that the student can enter the workforce much more quickly. For me, this type of program is less apealing. Though I would get the same amount of education in less time, I would miss out on the things that I look forward to enjoying as a college student. To me the college experience contains extracurriculars, and attending school sporting events, both of which "waste" too much time to be considered by the accelerated learner. Also with the job market the way it is now, I feel that staying in college for the duration may be beneficial in that I may have an easier time finding a job in the future. For the college credits I need to graduate I have no problem taking my time and spacing my required courses over a span of four years.
The Civil Engineering program at Gonzaga University requires 133 credits of an assortment of Math, Science, and Critical thinking classes. To me this seems like a perfect blend of my skills and strengths and I believe that I will thrive as a Civil Engineering undergrad. The first couple of semesters are very structured for the Freshman, yet I still have my choice of elective credits and when I take the classes. In the future I will have to plan these credits around perhaps a working or athletic schedule which may pose problems. Right now I believe that this website and article have been very helpful to my future as a Civil Engineer and this has excited me both to attend Gonzaga University and to become a Civil Engineer.
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