Engineering is one of the largest professions in the United States with over one million jobs in fields ranging from airplane design to pollution control. The four largest branches of engineering are electrical, mechanical, civil and computer engineering. All branches of engineering place a heavy emphasis on problem solving. Engineering education focuses on teaching scientific and engineering concepts and their application to the creative and effective solution of problems.
Career opportunities for practicing engineers include positions in aerospace, agricultural, architectural, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrail, materials, mechanical, and nuclear fields. Most engineers work for manufacturing industries, while a smaller percentage work for federal, state and local government agencies, or as private consultants.
EngineeringBelow, you can find the courses you need to take to complete your degree or certificate program.
Requirements below should be used as a guide only. Current students should consult DegreeWorks for their specific requirements based on their catalog rights.
Gainful Employment Disclosure
View Gainful Employment Disclosure Information, which contains key gainful employment outcomes for graduates from Cañada's certificate programs, including estimates of the costs of tuition, books and supplies, and fees; average student loan debt; and normal time to completion of the certificate.
Cañada College offers lower division coursework required for transfer in this area of study. Students should use PROJECT ASSIST (www.assist.org) to research lower division major requirements at the transfer destination(s) of their
choice. Also, work with a Counselor/Advisor to determine appropriate transfer coursework.