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  1. Thanks guys I think biomedical is a good fit I'm going to meet with the advisors for mechanical and electrical to look through the courses and discuss which route to go through for biomedical. Thanks so much guys.
  2. So is bioengineering good to go straight into?
  3. Oh wow bioengineering is not on the list of ncees
  4. Yeah was thinking biomedical engineering but I have been hearing a lot of people saying to go into the core engineering fields then specialize.
  5. Hello everyone, I'm an undecided engineer student at iowa state university. My passion is to work on new age technologies especially in robotics while having overall knowledge in computer mechanical electrical and even biological if possible. I know this sounds kind of crazy. Mechatronics is only taught by a handful of schools at the moment and becouse I'm in the army I'm not exactly at the liberty of changing states. So how should I "create a mechatronics proficiency in my college. Should I start mechanical or electrical and master in the other etc?
  6. Ok guys thanks! I decided to fill my elective courses in mechanical with electrical and materials courses
  7. I guess my real question is if I should go into mechanical and then minor in materials or vice versa the actual design and building concept is what really interests me.
  8. Hey guys I just started school at 22 thanks to my time oversees as a medic. I am attending Iowa state university as a chemical engineer. I decided chemical engineering wasn't for me, not because it was hard or anything but because it was extremely boring and the jobs out there are extremely boring production line jobs. I have a strong interest in chemistry and nanotechnology/ robotics. This summer I will be going to France to study nanotechnology for the summer and was thinking about changing my major when I returned. The two majors I'm looking into are mechanical and materials engineering. I have done quiet a bit of research but I have come to this wise council to give me some input on what to consider. If anything combining the two would be pretty nice but I need to start somewhere.
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