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University Confusion


Tapas Bhavsar
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A little outside my area of expertise, but I know UIUC has both a really strong math department and physics department, which is often a good sign for their engineering school (though there are exceptions). I don't know anything about MichiganTech, so won't speak to that. Clemson University has a pretty solid chemistry department at the grad level (undergrad appears to be different). I've also heard really positive things about their engineering school in general. They're competing with Georgia Tech, if that's any indicator.

I do know in general that ME graduates are having a lot of trouble finding work across the board compared to EE and SE folks. Again, my area is more in the theory, but I would recommend finding something to compliment your ME degree to help your job prospects. Perhaps a second language, or some other additional skill.

-UD

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