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    Friend will be graduating from A&M in Petro. Got a job offer for $110k/year with $12k signing bonus - he's my age. Put the work in and it'll pay off brahs. Never forget that.
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    Friend will be graduating from A&M in Petro. Got a job offer for $110k/year with $12k signing bonus - he's my age. Put the work in and it'll pay off brahs. Never forget that.
    Brah, what company? 40hrs/week? Operator? I need a job like this, help me with them Houston jobs.
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    Brah, what company? 40hrs/week? Operator? I need a job like this, help me with them Houston jobs.
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    Originally Posted by HotChuven View Post
    Brah, what company? 40hrs/week? Operator? I need a job like this, help me with them Houston jobs.
    40 hours a week with every other Friday off... if I remember him telling me correctly. It's an office job but I think he will be out in the field quite a lot, which IMO is one of the cool things about Petroleum. What makes you so set on Houston? Houston engineering jobs a lot of the time an be very oil-related (although I'm sure you already know that).

    Edit: You said you have offshore experience, so that answers my question. My apologies! One of the reasons he was able to land the job was because of how good A&M can be for networking.
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    Fuarrkkkk. The City College of New York is only 7k a year AND has engineering programs. THIS IS IN MY RANGE MOTHER****ERS. Now I can think a little more realistically. My goal is to make really cool ****, either on my own or with a job. So I think that's leaning towards engineering more than physics itself. How did you guys decide which branch of engineering you wanted to do? Everything about what I really want to learn is leaning towards electrical but what do they do? I've always wanted to do astronautical as well because I think outer space is an electrical engineers playground.

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    any tips for calculus of residues?

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    Originally Posted by BTC1556 View Post
    40 hours a week with every other Friday off... if I remember him telling me correctly. It's an office job but I think he will be out in the field quite a lot, which IMO is one of the cool things about Petroleum. What makes you so set on Houston? Houston engineering jobs a lot of the time an be very oil-related (although I'm sure you already know that).

    Edit: You said you have offshore experience, so that answers my question. My apologies! One of the reasons he was able to land the job was because of how good A&M can be for networking.
    Yes I am looking for something similar, most graduates are as well though! And my university has decent connections for internships in Houston due to the offshore industry working closely with my school in Canada. The market is small here though, so there aren't many jobs. I have been applying to many jobs in Houston but haven't heard much back yet.
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    Originally Posted by HotChuven View Post
    Yes I am looking for something similar, most graduates are as well though! And my university has decent connections for internships in Houston due to the offshore industry working closely with my school in Canada. The market is small here though, so there aren't many jobs. I have been applying to many jobs in Houston but haven't heard much back yet.
    Some of the best tips I've been given for this is to call rather than email. And when you talk to the person on the phone, make sure they know that you're legitimately excited and interested in the position. Make the recruiters like you, that is the sort of stuff that can go a long way!
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    Friend will be graduating from A&M in Petro. Got a job offer for $110k/year with $12k signing bonus - he's my age. Put the work in and it'll pay off brahs. Never forget that.
    Mirin, in a few ways I regret switching out of PETE my sophomore year. His numbers are around what I've heard for a few others PETE's I know.

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    Never even heard of this, what course uses that?
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    Fuarrkkkk. The City College of New York is only 7k a year AND has engineering programs. THIS IS IN MY RANGE MOTHER****ERS. Now I can think a little more realistically. My goal is to make really cool ****, either on my own or with a job. So I think that's leaning towards engineering more than physics itself. How did you guys decide which branch of engineering you wanted to do? Everything about what I really want to learn is leaning towards electrical but what do they do? I've always wanted to do astronautical as well because I think outer space is an electrical engineers playground.

    But I still want to study physics...
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    I have just completed my first year of Bachelor of Science at uni. I am trying to decide whether to major in Chemistry or transfer to Engineering and do Chemical Engineering. The subjects I did this year will all be able to count towards my engineering degree. However, I have read people claiming to be chemists online saying that chemical engineers are more or less considered a pain to work with in the industry. I remember someone putting it something along the lines of 'they know just enough of everything to be annoying, but not useful'. Can anyone comment on this? Maybe it could be some of the chemists are annoyed as the chemical engineers usually get paid quite a bit more.

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    Originally Posted by Dude.Jon View Post
    any tips for calculus of residues?

    Petty easy topic, though using multiple theorems to prove random things under exam conditions can be hard.

    Once you start using the maths for fourier, laplace and z transforms it's much easier since it's pretty much just partial fractions and some (relatively) simple integration.

    If you're talking about the pic in question, the answer is 0 since the cosine function is analytic within that contour (or any domain for that matter). See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cauchy's_integral_theorem
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    brahs higly interested in Petro/Mining or Ocean engineering

    pros/cons for each? Already have a bachelors in Accounting
    bump brahs
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    bump brahs
    I would imagine as long as you're a good student with internships you'll be able to find something above decent with petro engineering.

    I don't know too much about ocean engineering program at Texas A&M but I think it's relatively small. Both would probably be interesting but I would personally lean petro/mining engineering over ocean.
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    Welp. Crazy girl from my lab group from the other thread was at it again. Undid a ton of my edits to the lab report and ignored the things I said to do. I feel asleep around 9 this morning after working on some projects, didn't find out until after she turned it in. I looked at the turned-in version and cringed, it was the worst thing I've seen. She doesn't understand concepts at all and tried to write as much as she can and sound as technical as she can, which exacerbates the problem. I did a quick look-through and it was complete garbage, she ruined that report. Really basic conceptual stuff she got completely wrong and made wrong. Professor is going to shred that report apart.

    Now claiming she doesn't want to put effort into the final presentation since 'she is the one who does 90% of the work'. I'm a really chilled-out guy, I got livid and for the first time in my life yelled at someone with the intent to put them in their place.



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    How did you guys decide which branch you wanted to study?
    I wanted a job that either directly involved high-performance cars, or gave me the means to afford to work on them in my freetime...

    Mechanical engineering and possibly doing automotive engineering in grad school will hopefully lead to working with companies in their high-performance division... or possibly, get involved with vehicle dynamics or something and work on a F1/ open-wheel racing team as a race engineer
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    Originally Posted by dweeegs View Post
    Welp. Crazy girl from my lab group from the other thread was at it again. Undid a ton of my edits to the lab report and ignored the things I said to do. I feel asleep around 9 this morning after working on some projects, didn't find out until after she turned it in. I looked at the turned-in version and cringed, it was the worst thing I've seen. She doesn't understand concepts at all and tried to write as much as she can and sound as technical as she can, which exacerbates the problem. I did a quick look-through and it was complete garbage, she ruined that report. Really basic conceptual stuff she got completely wrong and made wrong. Professor is going to shred that report apart.

    Now claiming she doesn't want to put effort into the final presentation since 'she is the one who does 90% of the work'. I'm a really chilled-out guy, I got livid and for the first time in my life yelled at someone with the intent to put them in their place.



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    I wanted a job that either directly involved high-performance cars, or gave me the means to afford to work on them in my freetime...

    Mechanical engineering and possibly doing automotive engineering in grad school will hopefully lead to working with companies in their high-performance division... or possibly, get involved with vehicle dynamics or something and work on a F1/ open-wheel racing team as a race engineer
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    Calgary + Upstream (Wells: Drilling, Completions, Reservoir) = $$$$$$$$$$$$
    Don't need to go to Houston
    I have been applying like mad to Calgary jobs, didn't even get an interview for the new graduates recruitment, only seems that people with oil ONLY internships got them, or were interns at that specific company.
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    Welp. Crazy girl from my lab group from the other thread was at it again. Undid a ton of my edits to the lab report and ignored the things I said to do. I feel asleep around 9 this morning after working on some projects, didn't find out until after she turned it in. I looked at the turned-in version and cringed, it was the worst thing I've seen. She doesn't understand concepts at all and tried to write as much as she can and sound as technical as she can, which exacerbates the problem. I did a quick look-through and it was complete garbage, she ruined that report. Really basic conceptual stuff she got completely wrong and made wrong. Professor is going to shred that report apart.

    Now claiming she doesn't want to put effort into the final presentation since 'she is the one who does 90% of the work'. I'm a really chilled-out guy, I got livid and for the first time in my life yelled at someone with the intent to put them in their place.



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    I have been applying like mad to Calgary jobs, didn't even get an interview for the new graduates recruitment, only seems that people with oil ONLY internships got them, or were interns at that specific company.
    Damn man that sucks. Did you try applying to smaller companies too?
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    Men, any youtube channel/website help for Discrete Math 1?

    Course Description as its different from college to college:

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    Damn man that sucks. Did you try applying to smaller companies too?
    Yeah man, the big companies get like 500+ applicants for each job.
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    Originally Posted by -=Zeus=-! View Post
    Men, any youtube channel/website help for Discrete Math 1?

    Course Description as its different from college to college:

    Formal logic, sets, relations, functions, introduction to number theory and graph theory, basic counting principle, discrete probability, applications.
    This might help
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    I have just completed my first year of Bachelor of Science at uni. I am trying to decide whether to major in Chemistry or transfer to Engineering and do Chemical Engineering. The subjects I did this year will all be able to count towards my engineering degree. However, I have read people claiming to be chemists online saying that chemical engineers are more or less considered a pain to work with in the industry. I remember someone putting it something along the lines of 'they know just enough of everything to be annoying, but not useful'. Can anyone comment on this? Maybe it could be some of the chemists are annoyed as the chemical engineers usually get paid quite a bit more.

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    What? All the chemists that are here are just quality control folks. They don't do anything besides that. Other than the sole PhD that does random R&D stuff. The jobs are entirely different.
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    Originally Posted by CycloneDude View Post
    What? All the chemists that are here are just quality control folks. They don't do anything besides that. Other than the sole PhD that does random R&D stuff. The jobs are entirely different.
    I realise the jobs are entirely different, however the chemists online seemed to not like having to communicate and deal with chemical engineers. I am assuming this might happen when chemical engineers need the guidance of chemists, as the chemists would have a superior knowledge of chemistry.

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    Originally Posted by Sensei Squat View Post
    I realise the jobs are entirely different, however the chemists online seemed to not like having to communicate and deal with chemical engineers. I am assuming this might happen when chemical engineers need the guidance of chemists, as the chemists would have a superior knowledge of chemistry.

    Thank you for your reply!
    I wouldn't see why they wouldn't like to communicate with chemical engineers. I know I'm not an expert in metallurgy so I would talk to the mechanical engineers for reliability purposes, and I'm horrible at control logic so I would go to an ICE for help. I mean, if they have questions about the process design and stuff I would be more than happy to help. No one person can know every single thing. It just seems like a superiority complex. They know the lab, they are better at it and people concede to it, but that's why they are there.

    I guess to me the only reason I can think of that would annoy chemists is just like explaining your unit to someone who has no clue what it does. It would get tiresome after a bit.
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    Originally Posted by CycloneDude View Post
    I wouldn't see why they wouldn't like to communicate with chemical engineers. I know I'm not an expert in metallurgy so I would talk to the mechanical engineers for reliability purposes, and I'm horrible at control logic so I would go to an ICE for help. I mean, if they have questions about the process design and stuff I would be more than happy to help. No one person can know every single thing.
    From what I read it seemed to be the chemists complaining the the chemical engineers acting like they knew better than the chemists in the chemistry. In other words thinking they were better than the chemists and did not know enough about each field to be very useful as they are taking on knowledge of both chemistry and engineering instead of specializing in one or the other. This perhaps made them think they were very knowledgeable in each field, when they were not.

    If any chemical engineers are reading this, I am not endorsing what I posted I am just wondering if anyone has experienced this in the industry. These are comments made by random people online claiming to be chemists, other people in the same threads also stuck up for chemical engineers.
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