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Engineering as a Field

 

Consider all of the things that have been constructed in our world: houses, cars and reclining chairs; playground equipment, technical camping tents and tennis shoes; chemical compounds, electronic devices and farm equipment. The construction of each of these things and a plethora of others has, at some point, required the wisdom, knowledge, and guidance of an engineer. The field of engineering then is as broad as the sky is vast.

 

Engineers specialize in particular types of design—structural, mechanical and electronic, to name a few—and they work in a variety of capacities. Environmental engineers, for example, work to find solutions to pressing environmental problems. Civil engineers, for example, plan and design the development of infrastructure projects. Biomedical, marine, and materials engineers, for example, analyze and design medicine, build and maintain sea vessels, and design, develop, and test a range of products. Any product you can think of required or requires the brilliance, ingenuity, and skilled input of an engineer. If you are someone who has always been curious about how things are built or has always wanted to invent and design new products, the field of engineering might be a perfect field for you.

 

What Types of People Earn a Degree in Engineering?

 

Engineers are thinkers, creators and innovators. They see possibilities in the forms of lines, numbers and diagrams and they identify with the inherent and designed structure of things. They look at a tree and see grids; a shoe and see form; a machine and see a well-organized (or not) mechanism. They think about the chemical composition of medicine, consider the inner-workings of computers, and analyze the stability of materials, structures and forms. They are often times mathematicians or scientists and find pleasure in perfecting details, respecting specifications, and addressing the nitty-gritty. They have an eye placed firmly on the order of things and are skilled in problem-solving, analytical thinking and taking innovative action. They are the types of people you want to have designing the things that support and contribute to your life and well-being on a daily and constant basis. They are thoughtful and critical and masterful at designing products that work. If you see yourself in any aspect of this description, consider getting a degree in the field.

 

What Types of Classes are Offered in Engineering Programs? 

 

Engineering programs can offer students an opportunity to convert their love for structure from a fascination into a skill. They teach students how to successfully design for their fields and to create products that are structurally sound. They can prepare students for a career in a field that students find fascinating.

 

The majority of students entering an engineering program already have an idea of the field in which they want to study and therefore don’t often engage in a general study of engineering. Instead, they move directly into their field of choice and start taking the courses in subjects such as math, science and design that are directly connected to their field of interest. Options for courses of study include but are not limited to:

 

Each of these courses of study offers students an opportunity to learn the math, science, and design-theory of their field of study. Within these courses of study, students often times specialize and direct their curiosities in the direction of specific products or design schemes. No matter their course of study, students can leave engineering programs prepared for a career in their fields.  

 

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Career Paths

 

The careers of engineers can lead down any number of paths. Again, if an item, whether big or small, animate or inanimate, practical or fun, has been designed and/or built, it has also enjoyed the benefit of a trained and skilled engineer’s eye. This means that engineers could work in any variety of settings. They could work in small, medium, or large offices, for private or public companies, and as permanent, contracted, or freelancing employees. They can offer their skills to individuals, communities, countries, or even the world. They could work for non-profits, giant corporations, or small mom and pop shops. They could work as designers, educators, or researchers.  They could work in a field that is broad, diverse, and devoted to making the world a better place through the use of safe and dependable structure and form.

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Winter Park, FL,
United States
Full Sail University

Creativity. Imagination. Original ideas. No matter where your passion lies, one of the keys to a sustainable career in the future will be the ability to think creatively and have the skills to bring your ideas to life in a meaningful way.

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Baltimore, MD,
United States
Walden University

For more than 40 years, Walden University has supported working professionals in achieving their academic goals and impacting their professions and their communities. Today, more than 47,800 students from all 50 states and more than 150 countries ...

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Colchester, VT,
United States
Saint Michael's College

At St. Mike's, we put great thought and care into what our students learn--and how they learn it. Whether you're studying the environment, the global economy, new media, psychology, biochemistry, world religions or accounting, you'll be& ...

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Randolph Center, VT,
United States
Vermont Technical College

Vermont Technical College is a public technical college with a campus in Randolph Center. The college is part of the Vermont State Colleges (VSC) system that includes Castleton State College, Johnson State College, Lyndon State College, and the Comm ...

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Arcata, CA,
United States
Humboldt State University

What sets Humboldt State University apart? Innovation begins with the way we approach the teacher-student relationship. Many colleges boast prestigious, but distant, faculty members. Our students actually know their world-renowned professors. In add ...

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Asheboro, NC,
United States
Randolph Community College Randolph Community College is a two-year college in Randolph County, North Carolina. It opened in 1962 and has a 35-acer main campus in Asheboro. The annual enrollment including both curriculum and continuing education students exceeds 10,000 each year. ...

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Northridge, CA,
United States
California State University, Northridge The CSU is a leader in high-quality, accessible, student-focused higher education. We are the largest, most diverse and one of the most affordable university systems in the nation. ...

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Room 170 , West Lafayette,
IN
Purdue University Purdue University is a major research institution known for discoveries in science, technology, engineering, math and beyond. Purdue has high-ranking programs in disciplines from pharmacy to business to engineering to agriculture. ...

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Tucson, AZ,
United States
University of Arizona The mission of the University of Arizona is to provide a comprehensive, high-quality education that engages our students in discovery through research and broad-based scholarship ...

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Pine Bluff, AR,
United States
Southeast Arkansas College Southeast Arkansas College is a two year associate degree granting college, more popular with its shorter name SEARK. The college offers technical career education, workforce development, university transfer education, general, adult and continuing educa ...

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