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    I am interested in any of these but which one would help me in the long run?
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    (Original post by Spectrum35)
    I am interested in any of these but which one would help me in the long run?
    Your question doesn't make sense. The degree gets your foot in the door in a relevant discipline, then it's up to you to prove your capability to benefit yourself in the long run. Choose whichever discipline appeals to you the most.
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    Your question doesn't make sense. The degree gets your foot in the door in a relevant discipline, then it's up to you to prove your capability to benefit yourself in the long run. Choose whichever discipline appeals to you the most.
    Basically i have had people tell me that Civil Engineering is a very good one. I want to know which one would be easiest to transfer.
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    Basically i have had people tell me that Civil Engineering is a very good one. I want to know which one would be easiest to transfer.
    Transfer from where? To where?
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    Transfer from where? To where?
    Civil Engineering to the other engineerings i mentioned abd vice versa
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    Your question still doesn't make sense. What do you want to do for a career? What 'things' would you like to be designing or working on? You've chosen two very different branches of engineering, which will be very difficult to transfer between as they're so dissimilar.
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    (Original post by Spectrum35)
    Civil Engineering to the other engineerings i mentioned abd vice versa
    I can't really see much similarity between civil engineering and product design engineering that would allow one to transfer between the two.

    Regarding design, a huge amount of engineers will be design engineers within their respective disciplines; e.g. mechanical design engineer, structural design engineer, etc.
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    (Original post by Spectrum35)
    I am interested in any of these but which one would help me in the long run?
    Do you want to be involved in the design and build of infrastructure or the design and build of products?

    They are quite different...

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