Skip to main content

Two-Engineers-Looking-At-Computer-Screen

You’re considering becoming an engineer, but you didn’t earn an undergraduate degree in engineering. Can you pursue the profession anyway? The short answer is yes, but you will most likely want to go back to school—either for your bachelor’s or master’s—to broaden your engineering career options.

...

Continue Reading...

Four-Types-of-Engineering-Careers

While all engineers may share some common traits, such as mathematical skills and an acute aptitude for problem-solving, no two types of engineering careers are alike. The broad field of engineering encompasses myriad types of jobs, each presenting unique challenges and rewards.

If you are consi...

Continue Reading...

Master of Engineering vs Master of Science

Which degree is right for you?

You have a background in engineering, and you are considering your options for an advanced degree. Should you choose a Master of Engineering or a Master of Science in engineering program? Maybe you want to advance into a management position, or perhaps you want t...

Continue Reading...

Should I Get an Online Engineering Management Degree?

In years past, a typical engineer would receive a problem to fix, go off to work on it and return with a solution. As all industries, including engineering, become more globalized, networked and responsive, employers are increasingly seeking flexible, collaborative engineers who can lead. Pursuing...

Continue Reading...

An impressive 87 percent of professional engineers report being "satisfied to very satisfied" with their job.1 But that's only one reason to choose a career path in engineering. There are many considerations when choosing a focus, but pay is certainly a key factor in planning for your future. In t...

Continue Reading...