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Graduate school for engineering
Hi, I graduated from undergrad with a degree in secondary education and physics a year ago. I spent the last year teaching and inspring my own students to go into fields like engineering, but now I think that I should have gone into engineering. It's something that I have always considered doing but thought teaching really was my calling. Anyway, I majored in physics while in undergrad, and I was wondering if that would be enough for me to meet the requirements for an engineering masters program. I want to do either mechanical engineering or electrical engineering. Does anyone have any advice on what I can or should be doing?