From manufacturing to construction, electronics to power, transportation to mining, the field of engineering touches on nearly all sectors of our economy. Officially, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates 1.35 million people working in architectural and engineering services as of 2013.

Engineering students can choose between a huge number of specialties and industries.

Learn about potential careers in engineering, and the skills and training that you need to succeed in this area.

How to Become an Environmental Engineer

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As the population grows and we continue to increase our understanding of the environment's affect on public health, as well...
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How to Become an Engineering Technician

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Engineering is a very complex field that involves obtaining and applying scientific, technical, and mathematical knowledge to designing and creating...
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How to Become an Electrical Engineer

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The demand for new, advanced electrical components, gadgets and devices is constantly on the rise. Electrical engineers are integral to...
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How to Become an Automotive Engineer

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Automotive engineering is a type of vehicle engineering that involves the manufacture of a variety of motor vehicles and their...
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How to Become an Aerospace Engineer

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Aerospace engineering will become more and more necessary as our need for air transportation and our desire for ever-expanding space...
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How to Become an Agricultural Engineer

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As our population continues to grow and our demand for renewable energy sources continues to increase, agricultural engineers will become...
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