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    Most In-Demand Engineering Course

    i need ur help cause im an incoming freshman college and i want to know what type of engineering is the most in-demand all around the world and the greatest source of salary in the field of engineering...

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    in the industry nowadays, i believe it's mining engineering?

    though enrollment turnouts don't reflect that.

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    Yes, mining, especially abroad.

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    what school i can pursue this course?? and does CoE is really demand in abroad nowadays??

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    UP?, since nasa UP forum ka naman

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    may mining engineering ba na course sa up? san?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebyong29 View Post
    may mining engineering ba na course sa up? san?
    UP Diliman College of Engineering

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    mining nga daw sabi ng karamihan.. pero konti lang ata kumukuha nun.. sa mga freshies nung 2007, dalawa lang ang mining..

    kaibigan ko kasi yung isa.. hehehe..

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    ^ at mataba ta maitim siya. haha. peace.

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    For me (in alphabetical order):

    1. Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
    2. Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
    3. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
    4. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
    5. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
    6. Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering
    7. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
    8. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

    Engineering courses offered in UP Diliman na maraming incoming freshies, except sa Electrical Engineering I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_Lemon View Post
    For me (in alphabetical order):

    1. Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
    2. Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
    3. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
    4. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
    5. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
    6. Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering
    7. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
    8. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

    Engineering courses offered in UP Diliman na maraming incoming freshies, except sa Electrical Engineering I guess.
    Oo nga, ang konti ng Electrical Eng'g students ng UPD. The bulk of EEE students are either CoE or ECE majors.

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    all i know is that CE graduates normally get a big salary..my dad is one and he is working for a British-American company in the UAE and surprised is an understatement for my reaction when i learned how much he was getting..

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    kung pera lang ang habol mo para dyan.... walang mangyayari sa buhay mo ......... kahit ano pang kors yan mas maganda kung saan ka magaling at nagiging masaya ... darating at darating yan sinasabi mong pera

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    what kind of work do mech engg and geodetic engg graduates do?

    just curious, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by controlalt View Post
    what kind of work do mech engg and geodetic engg graduates do?

    just curious, thanks!
    mech engg ggrad ate ko from UPd, most of her offers dati came from companies like shell, chevron, lexmark at yung mga design companies. kung gusto mo talaga iapply yung ME experience mo, dun ka sa mga design chuva mapupunta at sa mga planta. geodetic? meron bang nagppractice nun talaga? joklangg guys. ewan ko about GE

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    based sa JOBFAIR 09 handouts ng CAPES (career assistance program for engg students), pinakamadaming may kailangan ng computer related engg courses like ece, ee coe ec. next would be IE. :P

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    One of the most-in-demand engineering courses today?
    Mining Eng'g

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    Wag kayong kumuha ng kurso dahil sa "in-demand" ito.

    You'll guys learn soon enough that at one point in your professional career that you have to learn a little bit of every field of engineering. Minsan, nagkakaroon na ng overlap ang kaalaman ninyo.

    Instead, assess your interests and your strengths before deciding on which field you're going to pursue. May mga taong mahilig sa computers/IT, normally CoE ang kukunin nun. May mga mahihilig naman sa paggawa ng mga buildings, normally CE ang kukunin nun. Kung mahilig kang mag shabu, edi ChE ang kunin mo

    Kidding aside, it is going to be your bread and butter, kaya choose wisely. Mahirap magaral ng kursong wala kang interes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fightingmaroon View Post
    mech engg ggrad ate ko from UPd, most of her offers dati came from companies like shell, chevron, lexmark at yung mga design companies. kung gusto mo talaga iapply yung ME experience mo, dun ka sa mga design chuva mapupunta at sa mga planta. geodetic? meron bang nagppractice nun talaga? joklangg guys. ewan ko about GE
    i'm planning to shift out kasi from ece.
    parang di ko siya kasi kaya gawin whole life ko.
    pero gusto ko talaga maging engineer.
    feeling ko i'm born to be an engineer. haha.
    pero di ko alam what type.
    pero sure ako na hindi ece, coe, ee, che.
    ayaw ko kasi ng chem.

    ano kaya pinaka-safe na engg?
    kasi ayaw ko talaga mamatay ng maaga
    and magkasakit because of my work.

    ang mech.engg ba "safe"?
    wala namang discrimination na kasi babae
    ang isang mech.engg?
    so ano na work ng ate mo ngayon?

    thanks!

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    better be an Instant Engineer or Inde Engineer. Most likely you will end up working in cubicle type/setting of office. Puptui ka pa dahil di ka babad sa init kapag nagfifield or sa init sa planta.. though you won't have a license to brag.. nyhahaha.. opinion ko lang, unless alam mo ang kung ano talaga ang trabaho ng engineer then go for it otherwise wag mo ituloy just for the sake of tis title

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