The skills you develop in your associate degree and bachelor’s degree studies in engineering provide a solid foundation in quantitative reasoning and problem solving which are used in a wide range of career pathways. For example, engineering majors are often the highest scoring group in law school and medical school admissions tests. This page provides links to a wide range of professional societies so you can explore career options in engineering and science fields. Engineering Disciplines
Special Interest Areas for Engineers
Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupation Outlook: http://www.bls.gov/ooh The community college programs which provide pathways to engineering degrees can also provide pathways to baccalaureate degrees in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics and math / science education.