If you want to be an engineer, you will need to earn a bachelor’s degree at the minimum.

Some specializations also will require state licensure, and a master’s degree might be necessary for advancement. Degree programs in this field are rigorous, but the effort will be worth it if that’s where your passion lies.

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Those who complete a bachelor’s degree program will learn the fundamentals of electronic and electrical engineering, work on team projects with other students and conduct research on their own.

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Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Students learn about designing, building and testing aircraft. You’ll get a heavy dose of engineering science and technology, math, design, physics, computers and electronics.

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Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

This is a broad degree that includes several specialties such as structural or environmental engineering. Undergraduate students will learn to design and build a variety of structures such as roads and highways, buildings, bridges, dams and railways.

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Materials Science

Materials Science

Professionals in this field discover and develop new materials. They also find uses for existing materials. Ever wear high-tech gear like GORE-TEX®? Yep, that’s a result of materials science. Students get a solid mix of classroom and lab time to gain hands-on experience.

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Mechanical Engineering

Degree programs in this field start broad and allow for many different specializations. As an undergrad you’ll learn the fundamentals of designing machines, tools, engines, mechanical equipment and systems.

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