I want to do both Engineering and Buisness, CMU vs. Penn?

<p>I wan to do both Mechanical/Systems Engineering and Business; should I look into U Penn or Carnegie Mellon? </p>

<p>I MAYget into Jerome Fisher at Penn...that is, after I TRANSFER into it sophomore year...</p>

<p>What should I do?</p>

<p>Undergraduate btw..</p>

<p>You can't externally transfer into Jerome Fisher if you don't already go to Penn. So, you would need to attend Penn for your freshman year, and have a stellar record, and then you might be able to transfer in as a sophomore.</p>

<p>Carnegie Mellon is better for engineering, but Penn will open a ton of doors in the business world. What do you want to do? Why do you want to study Mechanical Engineering with business? If you want to work in more of an engineering-type setting (like maybe in management), I'd go with CMU. If you want a technical degree to boost your resume for i-banking or something, go to Wharton.</p>