>get into conversation with some other student
>he says he has to study 24/7 but is managing perfect grades
>was quite impressed, asked him what he studies
>tells me "electrical engineering"
>wonder if he was being serious about his degree being hard
>turns out he was
>instantIy lose respect for him
I assume there's a few engineering students on here, so I'm actualIy curious. Do you guys actually think your degree is difficuIt or are you at the stage where you realize anyone could do it?
>he's unironically an engineer
It is a hard degree but we don't claim that it's harder than med. It is harder than Economics and Finance etc.
>women would literally rather die than be with an engineer
makes me laugh everytime
pure math here. med and engineering are literally pleb tier to us. every single thing you do is based on something we proved or discovered.
Graduated in Computer Engineering last year. Honestly, anyone could do it subject isn't hard, but requires a lot of time for homework/project workload from teachers. Don't know why we are paid so well tbpqh familia, but I'm not complaining.
It is all a matter of perspective.
It is hard in diffrent ways and depends on what you compare it to.
It may not be as hard as med but that does not automatically make it not hard.
What do you think of Law then?
>this thread again
This is old pasta, you didn't even bother to change the OP picture.
Finance degree here. My engineering friends couldn't find out my finance homework when I was asking for help because they're sssoooooo much smarter than me simply for doing engineering. When they couldn't figure it out, they seemed to shut up about their degree meaning "harder" aka "I'm an insecure fuck who needs ANYTHING to feel some self-esteem finally."
Point is, all degrees have their difficult moments and most of the work you do in college seems to be learning the formula to plug in the responses the professors want to hear. If you don't know other major's formulas, it's going to be difficult for anyone else. Academics only care about reproducing academics, they don't impart any kind actual useful knowledge despite being able to repeat what you just heard in the perfect order it was said.
Engineering student here. This pic is accurate as fuck. I used to think that being an engineer was a prestigious title. Now, I realise, any retard with a slight competency for math can become one.
Engineering and med students claim their respective courses are harder , yet they find time ( and are stupid enough) to make useless arguments .
>protip : Your fellow students are working now to be better than you
Electrical engineering is pretty much top tier for engineering at least. As a physics major who grades papers for the only class engineers need to take though I must admit, they're god awful at physics. These assholes put answers down for the revolution of the earth around like 500 radians per second.