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Engineers are trained in the use of science and mathematics in order to create solutions to complex, technological and technical problems.  Engineers are often responsible for creating new products that work to perform many different forms of tasks efficiently, reliably, safely and cost effectively.  Engineers can work in testing, development, production or maintenance, and many of these actions are performed in factories so that engineers can then determine the source of a failure or how to accurately test a manufactured product in order to maintain quality in the production of items.  Computers and multiple forms of software are often used to design, analyze, simulate and generate designs for equipment and new parts, and engineers are constantly learning new computerized software and techniques in order to produce more efficient designs in a timely manner.

Engineers normally choose to specialize in one particular field of engineering, and there are currently seventeen specialties covered by the Federal Government’s Standard Occupational Classification system.  Other specialties do exist, and each major specialization has multiple subdivisions and other careers within it. 

The training for engineers is extensive, and requires several levels of education mixed with hands on experience, internships, and degrees at various levels of education.  Entry level positions require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree, but those who wish to pursue advanced positions or consider careers in teaching a specialization in engineering normally pursue master’s or doctoral degrees in their field. 

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Capella University Annual Tuition $12,348 Recommend Rate Add Review
261 Programs, 3 in Engineering (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • MS - Analytics
  • MS - Digital Forensics
  • MS - Network Defense
Arizona State University Annual Tuition $11,209 - $23,654 Recommend Rate 50% (6 reviews)
162 Programs, 17 in Engineering (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BAS in Internet & Web Development
  • BS in Engineering Management
  • BS in Software Engineering
  • Grad Certificate in Nuclear Power Generation
Saint Leo University Online Annual Tuition $19,920 Recommend Rate Add Review
60 Programs, 3 in Engineering (view all)
Campuses: Online
  • BS in Computer Information Systems
  • BS in Computer Science
  • BS in Cybersecurity
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Abilene Christian University
Campuses: Abilene
Annual Tuition $28,350 Recommend Rate Add Review
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Campuses: Tifton
Annual Tuition $11,516 Recommend Rate Add Review
Abraham Lincoln University
Campuses: Los Angeles
Annual Tuition $7,500 Recommend Rate Add Review
Academy of Careers and Technology
Campuses: Beckley
Annual Tuition $4,285 Recommend Rate Add Review
Acadiana Technical College-Lafayette Campus
Campuses: Lafayette
Annual Tuition $5,832 Recommend Rate Add Review
Adirondack Community College
Campuses: Queensbury
Annual Tuition $7,970 Recommend Rate Add Review
Adult and Community Education-Hudson
Campuses: Columbus
Annual Tuition $13,500 Recommend Rate Add Review
Adult Center for Education
Campuses: Zanesville
Annual Tuition $7,803 Recommend Rate Add Review
Advanced Computing Institute
Campuses: Los Angeles
Annual Tuition $13,250 Recommend Rate Add Review
Aiken Technical College
Campuses: Graniteville
Annual Tuition $9,630 Recommend Rate Add Review
Aims Community College
Campuses: Greeley
Annual Tuition $10,424 Recommend Rate Add Review
Air Force Institute of Technology
Campuses: Wright Patterson AFB
Annual Tuition $16,944 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alabama A & M University
Campuses: Normal
Annual Tuition $12,774 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alabama Southern Community College
Campuses: Monroeville
Annual Tuition $7,530 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alamance Community College
Campuses: Graham, Burlington
Annual Tuition $7,935 Recommend Rate Add Review
Albany Technical College
Campuses: Albany
Annual Tuition $4,574 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alcorn State University
Campuses: Alcorn State
Annual Tuition $6,108 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alexandria Technical & Community College
Campuses: Alexandria
Annual Tuition $5,385 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alfred University
Campuses: Alfred
Annual Tuition $25,430 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allan Hancock College
Campuses: Santa Maria
Annual Tuition $6,666 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allegany College of Maryland
Campuses: Everett, Somerset
Annual Tuition $7,440 Recommend Rate Add Review
Allen County Community College
Campuses: Iola, Burlingame
Annual Tuition $2,304 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alpena Community College
Campuses: Alpena
Annual Tuition $5,790 Recommend Rate Add Review
Altamaha Technical College
Campuses: Jesup, Hazlehurst, Brunswick
Annual Tuition $4,576 Recommend Rate Add Review
Alvin Community College
Campuses: Alvin
Annual Tuition $3,670 Recommend Rate Add Review
Amarillo College
Campuses: Amarillo, Dumas, Hereford
Annual Tuition $4,362 Recommend Rate Add Review
American Commercial College-Abilene
Campuses: Abilene, Lubbock, Odessa, San Angelo, ...
Annual Tuition $11,880 - $17,820 Recommend Rate Add Review
American National University
Campuses: Parkersburg, Princeton
Annual Tuition $11,442 - $11,550 Recommend Rate Add Review
American Public University System
Campuses: Charles Town
Annual Tuition $6,400 Recommend Rate Add Review
American River College
Campuses: Sacramento
Annual Tuition $7,200 Recommend Rate Add Review

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