this really interests me because there are so many career outcomes, like Project engineer, Engineering specialist, Chief engineer, Quality control engineer, and many more. Also the interest factor is slightly leaning towards electrical
mechanical engineering at the University Of idaho seems pretty good.the overveiw states that i will learn to apply math and science, and that really strikes me because i have eben wanting to apply mathmatics and science to the real world since i have been in middle school. the degree fit section really helps me feel comfortable because they seem to really math up with my intentions in my career.
In the future, cell phones will charge on air. We're almost there, thanks to the genius engineering students who figured out how to charge cell phones with a Wi-Fi signal.
Jeremy 's insight:
This is really interesting to me. a while back i had the question of "can you charge a phone without a wire, or cord?" and we asked my physics teacher that. It is really interesting to me that this is now become an actual way to charge a phone. I stronly believe this pertains to me and my future because this is the stuff that i want to get into. Electrical engineering. But this goes past that, its being inventive, adn proving that almost anything is possible if you put your mind to it and it really gives me hope that we will keep moving foreward, and by the time i get there i may be a student trhat discovers something awesome!
I have been looking at the program and it seems to be a good program, because of the extra help you can receive and the research clubs that are available. This would be good because there’s no mention of science, and science isn’t one of my strongest suits when it comes to school. That is being compared to mechanical engineering though.
I looked into mechanical engineering. the strengths of the program really jumped out at me. one of the strengths is they have a lot of hands on laboratory experiments and that is exactly what I’m looking for.it also gave suggested background of 4 years of math, as well as physics. i am really glad about that because I have taken 6 years of high school level math as well as physics. i am feeling pretty confident about this program from wsu. Finally it seems great that mechanical engineers are in need in the Pacific Northwest in aerospace programs!
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