Do you love math, science and technology? Begin your study of chemical, civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering. Build roads or machines. Develop energy technologies. Or, create new chemicals for everything from medicine to cosmetics.
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Following graduation, Engineering majors work in many fields, including mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, aerospace engineering, petroleum engineering, nuclear engineering, construction, architecture, fabrication, HVAC or industrial safety.
One amazing thing I found at Sierra was the determination and networking among science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students. I didn’t expect this when I first began at Sierra. I pretty much thought I was going to be on my own, but this wasn't the case at all. It was great to have a close network of people who shared a lot of the same classes and interests because we would work together to achieve our goals.Nadia Delgado Toledo, Biochemistry Major and TRiO Graduate
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Computer ScienceComputers are essential to almost every business, so this is the best time to begin a career in computer science. Solve problems and make efficient systems through theory and practical experience in the field.
MathematicsLearn how to use math, logic and analysis to provide solutions. Build problem-solving skills that are in high demand from employers.