At 23 years old i been working since i graduated, and now i wanna go to school for engineering. How do i go about ths?

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  • 8 months ago
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    Reality check: Engineering is tougher than Law 

    or Medicine at any reputable School.

    If you have a job now; you're presumably gaining 

    marketable experience, and seniority.

    You should be able to attend a Community College 

    in evening sessions at little or no cost, and see how 

    well you fare with Engineering, Math, and Physics.

    There is plenty of Engineering in trades such as 

    HVAC&R, motor vehicles, Electrical work, and Plumbing.

    Trade Unions often require about two years of

    College level classroom attendance for Apprentices

    before dispatch to jobbers.

    Salary, hours, physical demands, and travel requirements 

    factor into Engineering opportunities just like other work.

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    • Born Yesterday
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      8 months agoReport

      Plumbing begins as hard labor. Look into evening division Community College. Thank you for choosing a best answer.

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  • 8 months ago

    Prepare enough money to support 4 years study cost first, then fill up application to the university that you wish to study there.

    As soon as you are gotten accept, quite you job before September and then have a quiet and hard study 4 years life to complete the degree normally ending in May the last year.

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  • 8 months ago

    Go into the Military, do the 3 or four years. Go to a tech school in the military. Save all of your money. Get out and apply at a JR college for the AA Degree, then a University On the GI Bill for the BA. Look at your Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery for your Best field. Get your first Degree in that field. Get a part time Job for experience. Get a job in that field if you can get it. You need experience to show reliability. Infield experience is best but not always achievable. You will have a degree before 30.

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  • 8 months ago

    You need to get into a college or university that offers a degree in engineering. Below is a link that might be helpful.

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Save money and apply to undergraduate courses at institution. Simple.

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  • 8 months ago

    Try the Air Force

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