Engineering Degree - Online and Campus Programs

Engineers provide the design ingenuity and technical expertise behind most innovation today. Whether it's cars or computers, machines or medicine, engineers apply the scientific and mathematics insight that make technical devices work.
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Get a hands-on education at Lincoln Tech. Designed for today’s tough job market, our in-depth programs cover many fields including: Health Sciences, Business and Information Technology, Hospitality, Automotive Technology, HVAC Technology and Electrical Systems Technology. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Programs vary by campus.

Locations:  Mahwah, NJ East Windsor, CT Indianapolis, IN

Programs:
  • CNC Machining & Manufacturing

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If you enjoy working with your hands and are looking for a rewarding career, contact Advanced Technology Institute, located in Virginia Beach, VA!

ATI offers NATEF/ASE Master Certified Automotive Technology programs, is approved for Veterans, and is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Financial Assistance is available for those who qualify and graduate employment services are also offered.

Locations:  Virginia Beach, VA

Programs:
  • Automotive Technology w/ Service Management - Associate's

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A degree from CTU can connect you to a powerful professional network, faculty who are real-world professionals and innovative technology. So once you earn your degree, you hit the ground sprinting. That’s the power of in. Are you in?

Locations:  Colorado Springs, CO

Programs:
  • Colorado Springs - Master of Science - Electrical Engineering
  • Colorado Springs - Bachelor of Science - Electrical Engineering
  • Colorado Springs - Master of Science - Systems Engineering
  • And more...

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Profile of an Engineer

Engineers participate in all stages of technical development, from design to production to quality control and maintenance. Most engineers specialize in a particular area of design, such as:
  • Industrial engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Environmental engineering
  • Systems engineering
  • Materials engineering
  • Civil engineering
  • Aeronautical engineering
  • Biomechanical engineering
  • Electrical engineering
An engineer works with product managers, R scientists, and manufacturing specialists to develop and maintain machines, structures, or systems for use in many commercial applications. From robotics to nuclear energy, chemical processing to aerospace transport, the uses of engineering knowledge are limitless.

How to Prepare for a Career in Engineering

Prepare for an engineering career by seeking formal training in the field. You can take engineering classes or pursue an engineering degree to start your career; options include: associate's degree, bachelor of science, master of science; and engineering classes and continuing education certificates. The four-year bachelor's degree is the standard entry-level qualification for an engineering career. For a phased approach, start with a two-year associate's degree and pursue the bachelor's while you work as an engineering technician. For advancement and supervisory roles, continue on to the master's degree in engineering.

Engineering Career Outlook

Engineers face a stable career outlook, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's latest report. Employment will grow an estimated 11 percent from 2008 to 2018, which is about average for all occupations. Engineering specialties with the best growth outlook include environmental and biomedical engineering. Salaries also vary among specialties, ranging from $72,850 for agricultural engineers to $119,140 for petroleum engineers. Engineering programs train you to apply science and mathematics to solve practical problems. This versatile training is the key to launching a career in technical R either as a design innovator or business leader.