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I don't know what i want to be yet but i have some questions about both. Right now i want to maintain a good gpa so i can go to grad school and get my masters. I'm kind of undecided with what kind of engineer i want to be but i think i'm fascinated with computer engineering but i'm also interested in Mechanical Engineering. I love science and math. i enjoy reading science text books. I'd much rather read those texts than literature books. I don't know much about computers. I mean i built my computer and understand some of that jargon so i know some things. I've never taken programing classes or that type of stuff. I got an A in AP physics passed the test and loved learning about mechanics. I think that computer engineering would have more potential because if i design some original software I'd be set.
1) i hear computer engineering is harder than mechanical but how much harder? I'm worried that it would be i wouldn't understand it and get a low gpa.
2) Hows the job outlook? I hear a lot of jobs are going overseas. I'm worried about that but then i figurd if i go to grad school from a generally presitigous school then i will have a better opportunity.
3) Which is better if i go into another field? like if i want to move into management or something like that.