How does General Engineering work?Watch
I love the prospect of Engineering as years 1-2 you do the usual maths and physics envolved in all engineering courses, whilst having modules in Mechanical, Electrical, Manufacturing and Materials. As a career I would be interesting in going into design, research or corporate like the Space industry, so i'm leaning more towards Mechanical and Materials hence the Bristol choice. I would have done Aeronautical Engineering if it wasn't for the fact career prospects are narrower than Mechanical Engineering. My question is when you graduate from General Engineering, does it just state you are a graduate in "Engineering" or does it state it for the path you have taken, E.G. if you do Mechanical/aero modules for year 3/4 will the degree state "mechanical / aero" ?