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Engineering With a degree in one of the many areas of engineering you can prepare for a future in civil engineering, biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineer, and more. Degree programs are available from obtaining a certificate, to an associates, bachelors, masters, or doctorates depending on the specific area of study.

Accredited schools and colleges offer students a variety of courses to ensure the best education for their career needs. Computer aided drafting (CAD), science, math, mechanics, economics, and computers, are just a few of the available courses of study. By obtaining a degree in engineering you can train for a number of professions, including pharmaceutical engineer, structural engineer, environmental specialist, and health and safety administrator.

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Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineers are educated to combine medicine and biology to improve the health care field. With a degree in biomedical engineering you will train in subjects like biomechanics, physical chemistry, medical imaging, cell mechanics, and many other courses. With a bachelors, masters, or doctorates degree you will obtain the knowledge and special skills to pursue employment as a biomedical equipment planner, imaging service engineer, pharmaceutical engineer, materials scientist, chemist, and many other positions.

Civil Engineering

Civil engineers are responsible for the supervision and design of roads, water systems, buildings, and other forms of construction. With a degree in civil engineering you will be able to analyze blueprints, negotiate contracts, develop projects, and more. Coursework may include math, engineering science and design, economics, hydrogeology, structural and engineering. Careers in civil engineering are available in a variety of areas, including geotechnical engineer, research engineer, transportation engineer, structural engineer, water resources engineer, and construction management engineer to name a few.

Electrical Engineering

Accredited degrees in electrical engineering are available from a variety of schools and colleges, at levels ranging from an associate's to a doctorate's, and even certificates. Educational programs provide training in a variety of subjects including robotics, power systems, computers, communication systems, integrated circuits, and much more. By obtaining a degree in electrical engineering you can prepare for a career working for chemical companies, telephone companies, power companies, or computer technology corporations.

Environmental Engineering

As a professional in environmental engineering you will have the knowledge and skills to collect and analyze data that is necessary to treat, maintain, and control water, land, and air quality. With a degree or certificate in environmental engineering from an accredited school or college you can obtain training in areas like algebra, engineering principles, earth science, environmental economics, chemical and biological processes, and more. Careers in environmental engineering can include many positions like environmental specialist, environmental engineer, environmental planner, environmental biotechnologist, and other related professions.

Mechanical Engineering

The study of mechanical engineering is focused on the development, testing, designing, and manufacturing of mechanical devices, engines, and tools. By attending an accredited school or college you will have the opportunity to learn statistics, mathematics, solid mechanics, hydraulics and pneumatics, thermodynamics, energy conversion, physics, heat transfer, computer aided drafting, and fluid mechanics and dynamics. With a degree in mechanical engineering positions are available in aerospace engineering, automotive engineering, aeronautical engineering, architecture, nuclear engineering, and other professions.

Safety Engineering

As a safety engineer you will be responsible for supervising manufacturing to ensure that protection and safety are implemented for workers in manufacturing and industrial environments. With a degree from an accredited educational program you can find employment in consulting, health and safety administration, human resources management, research, industrial management, and other engineering career positions. Some schools and colleges offer coursework in mathematics, physics, risk management, environmental law, principles of science, and other safety engineering related courses.

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When looking to attend a school or college for a degree in engineering, it is important that you make sure the program carries full accreditation from an agency like the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). Accreditation agencies provide educational institutes with proof that their degrees will provide a quality education.

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Choose an area of interest from the above menu to find accredited programs in engineering. Contact schools and colleges today to request more information about obtaining a degree.


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