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Hi all,

well a little advice from you guys would help ..

how did you choose your major?
what if you like everything in a scope?
what if you're a geek !! .............. oops you are!

seriously now .. I'm in the faculty of engineering and I have not decided on my major..

Things in mind are:
- computer Eng.
- software Eng.
- communication Eng.
- electronic Eng.

there are loads of things I'm concerned about such as:
- The future of the major (in 4 years and up)
- The need/demand
- work load/stress

help folks!
I need your opinions :icon_idea:

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>how did you choose your major?
Not applicable. I didn't go to college.

>what if you like everything in a scope?
You do realize that you can learn things on your own, right? Classes aren't necessary.

>what if you're a geek !!
Watch out for jocks?

>Things in mind are:
>- computer Eng.
>- software Eng.
>- communication Eng.
>- electronic Eng.

I'm slightly biased, but only software engineering is consistently interesting. With the others you can learn the ropes and be set until a significant paradigm shift or some massive breakthrough in physics.

>- The future of the major (in 4 years and up)
I'm not sure I understand the question.

>- The need/demand
No worries. Computers aren't going away anytime soon.

>- work load/stress
Don't expect to take it easy.

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>>how did you choose your major?

Took a C++ class, loved it, switched over from accounting to CSE.

>>what if you like everything in a scope?
I use brackets limit the scope.

>>what if you're a geek !!
Be proud of it, although "geek" is hard to define.

>>seriously now .. I'm in the faculty of engineering and I have not decided on my major..

Well what do you like so far (besides girls) ?

>>Things in mind are:
- computer Eng.
- software Eng.
- communication Eng.
- electronic Eng.

Which one pops at you?


>>- The future of the major (in 4 years and up)
Do research, and find out how the job market changes. But seriously,
if you do something you love, and it will be enough to pay bills, then
it shouldn't matter.

>>The need/demand

of what?

>>work load/stress

probably a lot, but I'm still in college.

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>what if you're a geek !!
Watch out for jocks?

I think that stereotype barrier was broken long ago, with the advent of "hackers on steroids".

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I was always interested in networks, even more when I had the CCNA so I thought I'll choose communication engineering.
however computer engineers can still do what communication engineers do .. so hmm not quite sure which is the best choice for me.

btw I hate physics in terms of examinations otherwise it's fun I believe communication is full of those physics exams ><

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