Engineering Sciences Degrees and Certificates
Engineering sciences refers to a group of science-heavy engineering disciplines, such as biomedical engineering, computational engineering, environmental engineering, materials science, nanoscience and several others.
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Specializations in Biomedical Engineering, Computational Engineering, Environmental Engineering
Earning a degree in engineering sciences will teach you to combine the theoretical knowledge of a scientist with the application know–how of an engineer. As with most engineering fields, engineering sciences demand a great deal of education; if you want to study engineering sciences you should prepare to earn at least a bachelor’s degree, and understand that a master’s might be required to advance.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that overall, engineering jobs will grow by about 11% through 2016. If you specialize in one of the rapidly–expanding engineering fields, such as biomedical or environmental engineering, you should have better job opportunities than those who select less popular concentrations.