Misty, Dallas asked Kristin Malosh, Vallourec Star

AddedSunday, October 27, 2013 at 10:22 PM

Do I have to be really passionate about engineering?
I am currently majoring in Environmental Engineering with a minor in Chemistry. I find chemistry really interesting and I am doing fine in most of my classes, especially the math ones. I notice that the other people in my engineering classes have this drive and passion and innate intellectual curiosity for all things science and engineering. I don't have that passion or drive or innate curiosity. Is engineering not the right path for me or will it come later? I have many interests but zero passions. Am I in the wrong major or am I just in need of some more time to grow up and become passionate. Also, can I be in the business aspect of engineering without having to major in business or EMIS? Thank you!
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