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Author: sqbadyvr
Time: 09/12/01 05:35 PST
This is a reply to message no. 7865 by monkeybrains
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why engineering?
Yes, I do.  My (first) master's was more focused than my undergraduate...I studied a narrower field in more detail...and was frankly more useful.  I found that my undergraduate was targeted toward getting a basic knowledge in a large number of topics that there wasn't enough depth in any one to provide a useful problem-solving toolset.  

For me, the degree was definitely worth it...

I should mention that I am a EE, so the above may not be applicable to MEs.

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