Hey all, long time no see!
So I'm looking at applying for university this year, and need some advise on my course choices. I have decided to do an engineering course, but am unsure which would be most likely to lead to a job designing or creating new rides. I know mechanical engineering will be useful as it will give me more in-depth knowledge of how the engineering behind the actual rides will work. However, civil engineering is the study of building and stuff like stability, which is also a rather large part of rollercoaster design. General engineering provides more fields to go into- an emergency crash mat if you will. Does anyone have any tips as to what they think will be best...?!