Student Success and Transitions

Engineering & Science Pathway

Students who choose the Engineering and Science Pathway enjoy solving problems and are generally very analytical, linear, rational, and theoretical. Many seek to understand things on a higher level - why things work the way that they do, not simply how they work. Those who choose this pathway enjoy complex puzzles and games that involve strategy and love the challenge of applying scientific/logical methods to solve problems. Most within this pathway excel in math and data analysis and/or have an interest in understanding more about the world in which we live. Research in areas such as the natural world, environment, human body, computer programming, and other technical systems are generally of interest to students who choose this pathway.

Related Majors:

Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and Geology.

Related Careers:

Civil Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Computer Engineer, Actuary, Doctor/Physician, Agricultural Scientist, Biochemist, Oceanographer, Chemistry Teacher, Computer Software Engineer, Crime Lab Analyst, Dentist, Entomologist, Environmental Engineer, Environmental Health Specialist, EPA Inspector, Food Scientist Technician, Forensic Chemist, Hydrogeologist, Molecular Biologist, Patent Agent, Pharmaceutical Sales Representative, Pharmacist, Product Development Manager, Product Tester, Scientific Photographer/Journalist. Soil Scientist, Veterinarian, Water Purification Chemist, Aquarium Technician, Aquatic Biologist, Chiropractor, Coroner, Dietitian & Nutritionist, Ecologist, Environmental Protection Worker, Fish Hatchery Technician, Forester, Horticulturist, Marine Biologist, Medical Librarian, Meteorologist, Microbiologist, Mining & Petroleum Industry, Mortician, Physical Therapist, Parks & Recreation Employee, Toxicologist, Zoologist

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