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Second Bachelor's in Engineering at age 26?

MatrixCLMatrixCL Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited July 2013 in College Admissions
Moved to engineering forum.
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Replies to: Second Bachelor's in Engineering at age 26?

  • samlankasamlanka Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    I have a 3 year degree in Applied Sc, Major in chemistry, physics and computer. Now I am considering transferring credit to USA university then complete remaining 1 year to get USA standards or start over new degree in engineering field as it's demand.

    What would be the better engineering field for me? I am thinking PE, ME, Cem E, BME

    Please all your ideas share with me. Now I am 26 old. Sorry for the my English mistake in written. I have a PR in USA (green card), so tell me the student loan requirements and am I eligible for the students loan.
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