Double Engineering Majors
Hi this is my first post here so thanks in advance for your input. Anyway I am in my senior year of Civil Engineering with and Environmental Engineering Emphasis. It recently came to my attention that I coud get a second major in Energy Systems Engineering (a mechanical engineering based degree) with 1-1.5 years more of study. I am considering this because the coursework interests me but I am curious what benefit, if any, this would bring me in terms of employment opportunities.
In a second, related question, how would getting a second bachelors degree in Energy Systems compare to getting a masters degree in Energy Systems. I ask because it would be easier (in terms of time, logistics and money) to get and ESE bachelor's at the university I am at (masters in ESE are not offered here).