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Computer engineer vs. Physicist. October 25 th , 2012 By: Antonio Guardado. Advantages of a Computer Engineer or Physicists. Physicist Pays more than computer engineers. Work can be in special places around the world. Continuous learning and discovering new things. Computer engineer

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Computer engineer vs physicist

Computer engineer vs. Physicist

October 25th, 2012

By: Antonio Guardado


Advantages of a computer engineer or physicists

Advantages of a Computer Engineer or Physicists.

Physicist

  • Pays more than computer engineers.

  • Work can be in special places around the world.

  • Continuous learning and discovering new things.

Computer engineer

  • I can work where I want, just as long as I’m doing my job.

  • Involves a lot of dexterity and putting together a computer.

  • Pays well.

  • Would cost less to go to school for.

  • Take less time to become on.


Suggested high school courses for each career

Suggested High school courses for each career

Physicist

  • College algebra

  • Trigonometry

  • Physics

  • Chemistry

  • Keyboarding

  • Computer applications

  • Probability and statistics

Computer engineer

  • Intro to engineering

  • Principles of engineering

  • Trigonometry

  • College algebra

  • Physics

  • Keyboarding

  • Network technology

  • Electronics

  • Computer science

  • Computer programming

  • Computer applications


Cost of college or vocational school

Cost of college or vocational school

Computer Engineer

  • College: about $60, 000 for bachelors

  • Vocational School: about $73,000 for bachelor’s

  • (both without any financial aid)

Physicist

  • College: about $71,000

  • Vocational School: about $84,000

  • (both without any financial aid)


Possible schools

Possible schools

Computer engineering

  • Lenn-brenton


Expected salary

Expected Salary

Computer engineering

  • United states average yearly salary: about $98,000

Physicist

  • United states average yearly salary: about $96,000


Length of time to get degree or training

Length of time to get degree or training

Computer engineering

  • 4-5 years for bachelors

  • If you want a masters then: 6 to 7 years

Physicist

  • 6-7 years for masters

  • If you want a PhD: 8-9 years


Disadvantages of choosing career

Disadvantages of choosing career

Physicist

  • Funding for projects

  • Time consuming

  • Cost more to go to college

Computer engineering

  • Physical: damage eyes, possibly cause obesity

  • Stressful environments

  • Time limits on projects


Which is best out of both

Which is best out of both

  • Computer engineering all the way

  • I enjoy working with computers

  • Learning about computers

  • It pays well

  • Requires excellent mathematical and science skills which are my two best subjects

  • I could live in an area that I wish


Sources

Sources

  • http://oregoncis.uoregon.edu/webcis/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100044&TopicNum=0

  • http://oregoncis.uoregon.edu/webcis/info2.aspx?FileID=Occ&FileNum=100157&TopicNum=0


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