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Is bachelors in aircraft maintenance engineering good choice and what can one do after completing in jobs and masters ( MBA ).

After bachelors in aircraft maintenance engineering , can one work at aviation manufacturing and design companies ? Is preferable doing Bachelors in aircraft maintenance engineering ? #aircraftengineer #bachelors #aeronauticalengineering #students #aerospace...

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If I am interested in building technology that is used in hospitals, would I study mechanical or biomedical engineering?

I am a junior in high school and I am very sure that I want to be an engineer that works on building and testing all types of devices that people in the medical field work with, such as diagnostic machines, operation room monitors, scanning machines, etc., but I am confused about whether that...

#mechanical-engineering #engineering #medical-technology #biomedical-engineering

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Mingyang Huang | Student at University of South Florida hi Stephanie:I am very happy to see you have a very ...
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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering In general, a degree in Mechanical Engineering is usually recommended along ...

How long did it take for you to become an Auto Tech?

I am enrolled at Job Corps and I am curious as to how long it could take to become an Auto Technician #technology...

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What's a typical day for an Auto Tech?

I'm enrolled at Fred G. Acosta Job Corps and I am interested in becoming an Auto Technician. #technology #tech...

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Carol Kampf | Recruiter Hi Nicole......While I have not recruited for Auto Technicians and I ...

Should I switch from Mech E to Architectural Engineering?

I am currently a sophomore in Mechanical Engineering, but I find myself more interested in Architectural Engineering. Some people have told me that Architectural Engineering is more narrow as a field and that it's not worth switching into, but I'm not sure what to do. Should I change my major?...

#career #engineering #job #architectural-engineering #architecture #mechanical-engineering #college #technology #engineer

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Lisa Walton | Sales Engineer, industrial pumps Hi Lily - you've gotten some great advice so far, here's ...

Advancing as a Electrition

I am currently working on my certificate in electrical, what are some careers I can go in to if choose to further my education such as AA Degree or Bachelors and what do you recommend? #electrical-engineering #electrical...

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Todd Stahlnecker | Electrical Engineer at eCADlt.com Colden,When you say that you're working on a certificate in electrical, ...

What steps did you take to become a Nanosystem Engineer?

I am currently enrolled at Fred G. Acosta Job Corps and will be going into Electrical Wiring as the trade to be trained in. Do you think this would be a good place to start? #electrical-engineering #engineer #engineering #electrical #electrician #nano...

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Ben Gruber | Analytics and Growth @ Eventbrite From a friend who has a Masters in Nanoengineering."Electrical wiring would ...

What are some helpful tips that can lead me to picking a career that is best for me?

I'm a junior in high school and I'm still undecided on what I want to do for the future. I'm most interested in medicine or engineering. I have considered becoming a Psychiatrist or a Dermatologist, but I also would like to be a Chemical Engineer. I just don't know what would be the right...

#help #lost #medicine #engineering #college #answer #engineer

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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering This is an easy one. First, there are tests called "personality ...

How to Structure and Write a great Statement of Purpose for Graduate School?

Hi, I am a mechanical engineering senior interested in applying for grad school for next fall. I understand that schools want a statement of purpose/essay detailing why I want to apply for the program, my interests, my experience, etc. I'm interested in design and manufacturing engineering and...

#designengineering #mechanicalengineering #manufacturingengineering #programming #engineering #electricalengineering #computerengineering #graduatelevel #graduate-school #college #civil-engineering #highereducation #design #additivemanufacturing #engineer

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Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Melvin,Start with the understanding that nobody truly "reads" anymore. Since it ...

Dentistry or Computer engineering

Hello I was wondering what major is better (Makes more money, wouldn't need much time to find a suting job opportunity)etc.. I have 2 majors in mind (Dentistry & Computer engineering) I'd love Dentistry because of 1: I can make my own clinic 2: I am my own boss 3.I am pretty good in...

#majors #medical #engineering #computer-engineer #computer #dentistry #computer-software

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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering These are two very good, challenging and important careers. Comparing the ...

How much should I consider salary when choosing a major or career?

College debt is such a big issue and I don’t want to spend years working towards a degree that won’t get me a good career. I don’t have a strong passion for a certain field yet (but I do enjoy STEM), and I feel bad making a huge life decision based mostly off of money. #college #career...

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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering This is very difficult for many people to accept, but it ...

How much calculus do you need for biomedical engineering

#biomedical-engineering #engineering #math#calculus#medicine...

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Hammdy Beydoun | Business Development Engineer Going off of Ohio State's biomedical engineering suggested curriculum, it appears ...

which field should I go after 10+2 as my maths is very strong

I am very confused about what should I do after 10+2. after all my maths is very strong...

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Are there any engineering/programming jobs that use Arduino?

As a rising mechanical engineering graduate with an interest in programming, I want to know if there's any jobs out there that seriously focus on Arduino, or any kind of mechanical engineering jobs that use any programming languages at all. Thanks! #engineer #engineering #programming #career...

#mechanicalengineer #arduino #python #electricalengineering #computerengineering #controlsystems #computer #mechatronics #computer-science #technology #mechanicalengineering

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Bonnie Allen | Assoc. Director Technology Please investigate Udacity...they offer relevant online Nanodegrees (6-12 month commitment) using ...

What should I do if my school doesn't offer aerospace engineering?

The closest bachelor's degree to aerospace engineering my school offers is mechanical engineering. Should I stay on the mechanical engineering track and conduct internships related to aerospace or transfer to a different school with an aerospace major? What are some thoughts? #mechanical...

#engineering #ideas #aerospace

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Lillian Wang, LMSW | Career Counselor in Higher Education Both of those options will help you get into the aerospace ...
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Spruce Cox | Retired Aerospace Engineer and Rocket Scientist I don’t know specifically, but in school you’ll have to estimate ...

Do biomedical engineers work with medical physicist

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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering The short answer is yes. Although it's not always necessary, but ...
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Amelia Eginton | Associate Business Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Great question! I was wondering the same thing when I was ...
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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering You have to understand that engineering is the general science of ...

What will it take for me to be successful in the engineering field?

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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering Desire. I always tell my students that folks tend to be ...

How much math is involved in biomedical engineering

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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering Strictly speaking, all engineering disciplines require more math than most other ...

What should I take in consideration when choosing an engineering major?

I want to go into engineering because I love math and science, but I don't know what kind I want to do. Any suggestions or things I should try to figure it out would be great. Thanks. #engineering #engineering...

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Lillian Wang, LMSW | Career Counselor in Higher Education This has an excellent breakdown of what different engineering majors are:https://www.collegexpress.com/interests/science-and-engineering/articles/studying-sciences/engineering-breakdown/Read ...

How do I look appealing to employers without a stellar college GPA?

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CHARLES KING | Career Services Coordinator Greetings:in your resume speak more about your accomplishment - what you ...
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G. Mark Stewart | Adjunct Professor Engineering There are basically two sets of criteria we used in my ...
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Can I major in STEM without being good at math?

I'm not very good at math but biomedical engineering sounds very interesting to me. Should I pursue this major? #engineering #math #stem #major #computer #college #biomedical...

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Douglas Lemmo, P.E. | Consultant, Owner at Power Generation Consulting Services Hi Payton,Probably not, but I do not know enough about you ...

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