I have gotten admission to an engineering college, but after six months I don't want to continue in engineering. What do I do?


A very good paper can be written to answer a problem that an individual faces when they realize that they have chosen a school or major that they don't like, or aren't doing well in. I have sometimes advised students to use their papers to research this situation for themselves. To make a decision about what you can do, you can investigate the different opportunities for a person who finishes this degree to find out if one of those appeals to you. Next, you can think about how quickly you can finish the degree. If you can finish in a short amount of time, that is often best. You can sometimes use a degree that is finished to do a different kind of job, but if you don't finish the degree, you may have to spend a long time to finish a different degree. Sometimes, you can switch to a different type of degree in the same college. Here are some good topic questions for this situation:

What should a person do if they are unhappy with the college or major they have chosen?

What are the different jobs that can be done with an engineering major?

What should a person do who realizes they don't want to finish their degree?

I should say that not all of these are problem solution topics.

Updated on February 27, 2018

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