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Okay, so the reason I ask this question is because it comes up a lot when talking to different engineering majors at my school. The common consensus is that the hardest engineering degrees are mechanical and aerospace with chemical, electrical, and computer engineering in second, and civil and environmental in last (my school doesn't offer industrial or any of the other ones). The thing is while I'm majoring in electrical engineering which a lot of people say is harder than civil, part of the reason for my not doing civil is that I found a lot of their classes really hard. On the other hand I was drawn more to electrical and found the classes their easier (I have a thing for electricity I guess). So anyway, I just want to know, what do the folks of college confidential think?