I'm a senior interested in engineering and I'm looking at some colleges in the North East. I have interests in mechanical, civil, and (you guessed it) petroleum engineering. However, not many schools offer petroleum engineering in the NE (Penn State is the only college I believe), and I'm now a little skeptical about job opportunities after college after this last year. Is petroleum engineering still a good field to go in to? (assuming I attend Penn State's petroleum engineering program). Or should I pursue another field of engineering that I'm interested in? Any input would be greatly appreciated.