Careers in Engineering
Mechanical engineering technology, which focuses on product and process design, addresses today's job market and emphasize courses that include product design, tool and machine design, and manufacturing methods, as well as supporting engineering professions such as development engineers, application engineers, CAD engineering specialties, and basic engineering problem solvers. Most students start with an associate’s degree, which in turn leads to the education of a bachelor’s degree.
Software programmers use a variety of programming languages, such as C++, Java, and XML, in order to develop systems that meet business needs. Software engineers create, test, maintain and update the software that allows computers to perform their functions. A bachelor’s degree in software engineering prepares you for entry-level positions in this field. Master’s graduates have found their software engineering degrees to be highly valued credentials. Many have advanced as senior managers and executives or become successful entrepreneurs in the field.