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Engineering is the application of scientific theories and resources of nature for the benefit of humanity. Graduates of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering work primarily in technical careers, either public or private, but some also become teachers, managers, or entrepreneurs with their own businesses.
Employment demand for Computer Scientists, Computer Engineers, Electrical Engineers, and Mechanical Engineers is expected to grow faster than the average of all professions, well into this century. Abundant opportunities will present themselves to graduates of these disciplines, in both public and private laboratories, in industry, and in commercial enterprises. For application information visit How To Apply.

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