Help decide major please

<p>I do not know what I want to major in, I have narrowed it down to Engineering and Business. A lot of my close relatives say I should go into business but if I do could someone help by listing what I could go into and what each of those listing's actually do.</p>

<p>In Engineering I was thinking mechanical or electrical, could someone list some good sites to get a detailed overview of each field or any good books that could help me do so.</p>

<p>Thank you</p>

<p>Engineering and business is a big difference when it comes to majors,
What exactly are you interested in?
What kind of work do you see yourself doing in the future?</p>

<p>I think that I could more see myself doing Business as in terms of management or working with others to get the best of a company. And if there is such a field I would love more so to do it in sports.</p>

<p>@ in<em>the</em>sky</p>

<p>I would definitely major in what you love. If you enjoy engineering, study that. If you prefer the liberal arts over business, study the liberal arts. You may realize that if you want to go into business, you can go back to school for an MBA later. A majority of MBA students had undergraduate majors in the liberal arts and social sciences.</p>

<p>Yeah, I second that. You could ultimately become an engineering supervisor or a manager with experience in the field, so engineering will not rule out any business opportunities whatsoever.</p>

<p>Here's a link about the engineering fields: The</a> Sloan Career Cornerstone Center</p>

<p>Some schools offer integrated Business and Engineering Majors. Also, I've heard of a major called financial engineering which really embodies both.</p>

<p>do what you like. sit and really think about what your passion is. find a major in that. if that doesnt work, think about what you want to learn about, what interests you, what types of classes you want to take, find a major. the job will entail what the major does.</p>

<p>It's not unheard of engineering majors getting into business. Engineering is actually one of the more common majors of MBA students.</p>