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Well, basically i was wondering the average span of time it takes the average engineering major to graduate with their undergraduate degree or masters in engineering.
Of course factors include things like:
major you selected (civil, mechanical, biomedical etc.)
if you we're a transfer student
which school you went to
family problems (etc.)
quite frankly i'm interested in aerospace at either UCLA, UCSD, or Cal Poly SLO as a transfer student. I'm willing to load up as many classes as i can handle, and i have determination and motivation to make it far and i'd of course like to finish within 4 years if that's possible.
But i was wondering if a few members ( who have or havn't graduated ) could post the average time it took to get your degree if it was a masters, bachelors, or PhD and how long it took you? Also where you went to school and what your major was would really help!