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Industrial Engineering vs. Electrical Engineering

JediAceJediAce Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
edited January 2009 in Engineering Majors
So right now I'm trying to decide between the two majors. There are aspects about both fields that interest me equally. If you have experience interning/working in either of these fields can you please describe what were some of the things you were doing and the pros/cons about each specific field. Thanks for the information!
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Replies to: Industrial Engineering vs. Electrical Engineering

  • gthopefulgthopeful Registered User Posts: 1,828 Senior Member
    IE has math involved too, just different kinds. You will have to like statistics if you choose IE. I'm not so sure EE's get paid that much more than IE's because the IE curriculum more readily applies to positions such as management.
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