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Engineering Science covers all major engineering domains and emphasizes building robust analytical skills. Students to choose to specialise at the end of the first year.

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146,000 new jobs to be added for architecture and engineering professions

$148,970

Average annual salary of architectural and engineering managers

$113,680

Average annual salary of an engineering science graduate

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7% average growth in employment opportunities for engineer careers this decade

Engineering science is a multidisciplinary discipline that connects scientific theory to engineering applications. This academic discipline famialiarises students with the major branches of engineering during their first year and the students must then announce a major they wish to pursue. Engineering Science students can specialise in one of the following areas: aerospace engineering, biomedical systems engineering, electrical engineering, construction engineering and robotics engineering.
Engineering science students study, develop, and create novel materials, gadgets, sensors, and processes for a variety of applications. The logical thinking, objectivity, and decision-making skills you'll learn are important in engineering jobs and transferable to other fields. Engineering is the most prevalent bachelor's degree among Fortune 500 CEOs because engineers make terrific managers!

This means that with a degree in engineering science you will be equipped with the skill set to enter a highly rewarding career path or to set up your own endeavour. The choices are as vast as your imagination goes.
You'll need strong math and scientific abilities to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. Take as many high school classes in these disciplines as possible and do well in them. Chemistry, physics, biology, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, and calculus are all subjects that should be included in your education. In some engineering science careers, special certification outside of your degree may be required in addition to these basic engineering science programme qualifications.

A bachelor’s in engineering science is typically a four year program. Successful completion of a three- or four-year programme guarantees admission to Master of Engineering courses, allowing students to focus on a specific discipline while building on a strong multidisciplinary foundation. The cost of studying engineering in the US is between $40,000 to $60,000 per year.
Between 2016 and 2026, engineering science jobs are predicted to expand by 7.1 percent. Engineering science was the 208th most popular major in the United States in 2019-2020, with 1,668 degrees awarded. This represents a 9.9% increase over the previous year's figure of 165. Jobs for Architectural and Engineering Managers are expected to grow at a rate of 5.5 percent, Engineering Professor jobs at 14.7 percent, and so on. Overall, engineering science jobs will grow in popularity in the future years.
There is a wide range of career options to choose from for students who wish to pursue an education in Engineering Science.

Architectural and Engineering Manager


They are in charge of resolving any engineering issues that arise over the course of a project. Answering technical questions, proposing project budgets, training new employees, and collaborating with various departments are just a few of the main responsibilities of an engineering manager.

Engineering Scientist


For a wide range of applications, engineering scientists study, develop, and design novel materials, devices, sensors, and processes. An engineering scientist's main responsibilities include providing accurate working solutions for the industry and supporting their findings with research and analysis. They may be required to work with non-technical professionals on occasion, such as providing solutions in consumer-based business units or marketing associates, public relations personnel, and so on. They are frequently required to work as part of a team, collaborate with senior research scientists, and mentor juniors.

Mechanical Design Engineer


They conduct technical research, plan and design mechanical systems using software, create prototypes, and test a variety of mechanical machines, including industrial equipment, robotics, and appliances, among others.

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