Hi, I am currently starting my academic career in college, but I've been having conflicting thoughts on which engineering course I want to take.
See I really want to help research and improve nanotechnology so that I can start working on Immersive Virtual Reality, but the problem is I want to work more on the the Virtual Reality more than the nanotechnology but I feel that it's a necessary step to work on nanotechnology as we're going to need it to stimulate senses that would occur during VR. I'm conflicted on if taking bioengineering is the best path or if electrical engineering is the best path as my college UNL doesn't provide a mesh of these two engineering courses like Nevada does and I really can't afford my own sanity to take two majors in a heavy curriculum. What should I do?
by Kyla, Lincoln
on August 13, 2014