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Well the money aside, Ive always wanted to be focused on hardware so I guess computer engineering is my sort of thing. Thanks :)

Just so you know, computer engineering is a little bit of hardware, but not much. Though it's probably different for every university.

I'd recommend Electrical Engineering if you want to specialize in more hardware. That's what I did and it was magnitudes better than CE (in my opinion).

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If you can get "Software Engineering" or take classes in it, do so.

Regular programming/CS is too easy to offshore.

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After further thought, embedded systems is a pretty cool field to get into too. Had a senior seminar in embedded code/x86 ASM code and we got to do a few projects using Lego Mindstorm sets muahahaha :blush:

total geek addon here; so how the x86 ASM and C tied into this is that there is a replacement ROM (soft) that you can flash to the Mindstorms main logic controller - I'm sorry the name of the project escapes me as it's been years. But then, there is a dev package that allows you to write C code and compile it into Mindstorm executable code and load it onto the Mindstorm controllers :) pretty cool actually.

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