Engineers are both practical and scientific: they solve problems by using science to design real-world applications. As a student of engineering, you might investigate issues in a variety of fields including aerospace, computers, construction, or biochemistry. Successful graduates work in a variety of places including pharmaceutical industries, power companies, and academic research institutions.
Engineering careers offer interesting – potentially even groundbreaking – problems and projects. You could invent something new, or improve and refine an idea that already exists.
Careers in Engineering
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Degrees & Certificates
- Associate in Science Track 2 - Engineering & Physics (Associate in Science -- Transfer)