Engineering and Construction Degree and Programs
Engineering and construction careers employ millions of workers nationwide. In 2006, construction workers had 7.7 million jobs, and engineers had 1.5 million jobs. Whether you're interested in building bridges, working on residential communities, or designing an indispensable product, an education in engineering & construction is highly recommended.
Career Training in Engineering & Construction
With so many employment options, it's no surprise that degree options vary. Career training is available at the diploma and associate level for construction, and both fields offer bachelor's degrees in construction management, civil engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, and more. Master's degrees allow you to either focus on a technical aspect of your career, or broaden your options to include management positions.