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  1. If it’s truly hands on, then yes. I don’t think it’s a bad thing in general to get more education (although some would disagree). I do side with your professor that engineers graduate school with an extraordinary lack of practicality and hands on experience (of which I am in the camp of).

  2. Thanks for your response. My counselor told me to take as many classes as possible so I can transfer quickly. Which is why when one of the professors in the engineering department told me I would benefit from these courses it threw me a little off.

  3. You can finish your core classes, transfer and continue taking courses at your community college. That’s what I did. I know you probably just want to move onto the next stage to finish your degree, but it could be worth it.

  4. I can’t speak for all nuclear stations or jobs, but where I’m at, chemical and mechanical engineers are used interchangeably and in essentially the same roles. I will say that we hire a lot more mechanical than chemical engineers, if that helps.

  5. Which major do you think is better in terms of content? the school im going to offers a nuclear engineering minor

  6. I’m a Mech E, so I can really only talk to that. If you enjoy dealing with machines, fluid dynamics and thermodynamics (among others), then I think you’d enjoy mechanical. The other thing that I’ll say, which I’m sure you’re well aware of, is that mechanical engineering is a much broader field of study, and I believe there are more opportunities than chemical.

  7. I know this is going to get downvoted, but I always find it amusing when people come to a sub and act like anyone on here has any kind of influence on anything. If we’re playing the imaginary GM game, we’ll take Matthews for Jan Jenik and a 2030 7th round pick.

  8. What we should be aware of is that this childish shit was posted by a 30 year old man…

  9. As you have a bachelors degree (from I assume an accredited university), you shouldn’t have any problems.

  10. Apologies. The original person who posted this has died. He said it’s a sacrifice he was willing to make to get the 6 overall from CBJ for Chychrun.

  11. Why not consider electrical engineering? Lots of opportunities in renewables, you can code/write scrips and there is a tangible impact. I really really think that is a good compromise between the tangible nature of mech E and CS, which I view as just sitting at a desk cranking out code all day.

  12. Wait. This is an old headache relief treatment in my family (got this done last week). I didn’t know others were doing this as well! Your ears bleed a little and everything is super bright and disorienting after you’re finished, but it works.

  13. No, that’s not true. That’s just like, your opinion man. There’s a wave of cheap solar and batteries coming. Despite what Trump says, solar, wind and batteries don’t cause cancer or global warming.

  14. Do you have any idea how our grid works and how those energy sources are produced? It’s not sustainable to have intermittent loads. Power sources like nuclear provide a large base load and renewables help fill in the gaps.

  15. As someone who works in nuclear and knows how long it takes to get anything done in this field (rightfully so), by 2050 we may have a single power plant approved.

  16. My mom was calling his rabid followers Trumpets, but I think Trump Goblin grows more accurate by the day!

  17. Not full blown infuriated, which is why I carefully selected the sub “mildly infuriating.”

  18. You’re right and I admit I was wrong. Please screenshot this, because I think it’s the first time those words have been typed on the internet.

  19. All of the things to be infuriated by and you’re upset about the design of two E’s. Man, you must have the life.

  20. You honestly expected the Habs to have a chance against Tampa last year? What a joke….

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