What is Engineering?
Engineers use their imagination and analytical skills to invent, design, and build things that matter. They are team players with independent minds who ask, "How can we develop a better recycling system to protect the environment, design a school that can withstand an earthquake, or create cutting-edge special effects for the movies?" By dreaming up creative and practical solutions, engineers are changing the world all the time.
Check out other sites:
- National Society of Professional Engineers
- American Society for Engineering Education
- National Academy of Engineering
Also, search the web using "engineering education" or "engineering salaries."
Some of the Fields of Engineering
Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial, Manufacturing, Computer, Chemical, Aerospace, Environmental, Transportation, Biomedical, Materials, Nuclear, Petroleum, Forest, Ocean, Water Resources, and Bioengineering.
Most branches of engineering offer a wide variety of well-paying, interesting employment opportunities throughout the world. Some jobs emphasize outdoor field work, such as construction site activity or ocean floor or aerospace exploration and research. Other jobs might focus on design of ordinary objects for daily use or on medical technology. Many positions utilize computers for analysis and problem solving. Often, engineers move into responsible management positions or consulting work after several years. For specific salary information, search the internet using "engineering salaries."