In 2005 I graduated from university with a combined degree in engineering and arts, majoring in philosophy.
Now, with 15 years of experience as a professional engineer specialising in wind turbine technology, I can look back and compare the practicality and “job relevance” of my two tertiary qualifications.
My grade average was almost exactly the same in both courses, and while I would not say that one was easier than the other, they were certainly very different.
Engineering grades seemed to be almost directly related to the number of hours spent studying and doing assignments: 10 hours’ study might get you a pass, 20 a credit, 30 a distinction, for example.
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