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Q: I hear that it's tough for a woman to make it in engineering… is this so?
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Q: Which area of engineering has the best salary potential?
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Q: Let me please know the potential of Nanotechnology education, and the list of universities offering Masters and Doctoral degree in Nanotechnology.
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Q: I'm doing my comp sciences engineering and I'm having a lot of trouble about deciding my career ahead. Can you please tell me what are the different aspects of computer science engineering....I mean apart from software do I have any other direction to lead my career?
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Q: What is the difference between Computer Engineering and Computer Science? How does one decide which one to choose?
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Q: Which areas of engineering are most in demand?
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Q: I'm really interested in the environment… as an engineer would I have a chance to work outside?
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Q: Right now I am in my final year in electronics and communication engineering. I have great interest in R & D sector. I have already published around 20 papers in various conferences. But as far as a career in the R & D sector is concerned, I have not found any opportunities. I have been offered a well paying software job. What should I do? Should I take the software job?
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Q: Sir or Ma’am, I'm a first year engineering student willing to make some working models. I want to know how I can make a FM transmission set. Please let me know in a simple style so that I can make it on my own without involving any tedious circuits or so.
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Q: I am a student of Electrical Engineering in Pakistan. I have yet to decide amongst the 4 majors offered by my university: Communication and Electronics, Power and Software. I have aptitude in Communication and Power. The major deciding factors for me will be which one of these two fields has more demand and higher salary! Can you please guide me? Which one should I opt?
Thanking you in anticipation,
Umer.

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Q: How did you choose the school you went to for your degree? I'm having a hard time deciding…help!

Try to determine the kind of engineering degree that you would like to achieve. Research the schools that offer degrees in that engineering discipline and if the school is in the United States verify the program is ABET accredited. From the list of schools that are ABET accredited and offer the engineering discipline you desire to earn, utilize other factors to narrow the search. You have to decide what factors are important to narrow the search such as: tuition, distance from home, engineering societies represented at the schools, class sizes, internships/co-op opportunities, etc. Your school selection blends your educational/career goals, personal desires, and financial obligations.

If you are having a difficult time talk with your parents, guidance counselor, and an engineers in the fields you are interested in pursuing. One resource you can use in your decision is the feature Find a University which is part of this site (tryengineering.org). This feature allows you to provide basic parameters on the schools you are looking for, and get a list of institutions that match these criteria. You can then visit the web sites of the schools that were found during your search, and get more information. I also found that once you narrow the list, it pays to look for the student newspaper on line - after looking at several issues you usually get a very good sense of the "hot button" issues at that school, and can detect "red flags" such as high crime rate or an unhappy student body.

If you know what engineering major you are interested in, search for a website of the student branch of the relevant engineering association at that school. This may help you identify a contact - a student who studies there with whom you can talk over the phone or exchange e-mail. It is amazing how much information you can get in this way.

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