Engineering involves combining math and science skills to solve real world problems. Your specialty within engineering will determine what aspect of the problem you are attempting to solve. For example, biomedical engineers address concerns in medical and health-related spaces, such as artificial organs, prostheses, and health care delivery systems. By comparison, civil engineers use cutting-edge technology to conceptualize, plan, design, construct and operate facilities like transit systems, green roofs, and space satellites.
Check out the menu below to explore the various career ﬁelds in engineering:
- Applied Math
- Applied Physics
- Computer Science
- Earth and Environmental
- Industrial & Operations Research
- Materials Science