This shit is a pain in the ass! Is there a website that just flat tells you "if you wanna do "X" then take the following classes in this order"?:-damnit
If you can't figure that out, are you sure about this degree thing?This shit is a pain in the ass! Is there a website that just flat tells you "if you wanna do "X" then take the following classes in this order"?:-damnit
Engineering. I'm 30, and stuck in bum fuck N.H. with my job. I've done pretty good for myself but would like some paper to go with it and open up a some new doors. Trying to look up online colleges because I really don't want to get tied down with a college around here.What do you want to do? Are you willing to relocate to do it? How old are you?
LOL! I pretty much fucked off through high school so my grades were just a little better than shit (D is for Diploma) and I never took an SAT or ACT.If you can't figure that out, are you sure about this degree thing?
JK. I know exactly what you mean. Don't want to take the wrong courses.
LOL! I pretty much fucked off through high school so my grades were just a little better than shit (D is for Diploma) and I never took an SAT or ACT.
On-line in a lot of cases means a waste of $$.
If you do on-line, make sure it is regionally accredited. Lots of these schools are accredited but not by the recognized authority. So, if you decided to go some place else, either transfer the credits or get an advanced degree, the courses won't be accepted.
Also, because a lot of the on-line are diploma mills, no one gives much weight to the degree.
I would check with the state colleges/universities because some of them do offer on-line. And they have advisors who tell you what you need to take and in what order.
I am a licensed structural engineer in multiple states, I'm based out of CT. Go to school and do it. There are too many structural engineers out there that have zero practical skills. You would be amazed on how many can't even build a deck by themselves, yet they will go out on the job site and read the riot act to a carpenter. An engineer that has even some practical skills is ahead of the game in my book.None, graduated high school and went to work.12 years at the school of hard knocks. Structural Engineering.