Engineers are critical in the world of energy. If
you are a problem-solver, this may be the energy career pathway for you!
There are many types of engineers, and all require a four-year degree. You
must select the type of engineering you want to specialize in when you enter
college.Engineers use scientific and mathematical
knowledge to solve problems. In general, as an engineer, you would:
High School Education
All entry level jobs require a High School diploma. To view a list of
courses you should take in High School, click below:
Post-High School Education and Training
All entry level jobs require a Bachelor's degree. To be accepted into a
college engineering program, you will need to have taken specific high
school courses. To view a list of available degree and training programs in your area, use the Google Map locator by clicking below:
Average Annual Electrical Engineer Salary: $81,149 Average Annual Mechanical Engineer Salary: $77,884 Average Annual Nuclear Engineer Salary: $89,860
Based on national average from PayScale.com. Will vary depending on geographic location.
What's the future?
In the engineering field there are limitless possibilities, because engineering is about discovering, inventing, and constantly evolving, much like the energy field. The future of engineering is helping to transform our nation’s energy generation and the vast energy transmission and distribution systems critical to deliver energy from the source to the consumer. Engineers are at the forefront of discovering these new technologies and are the first to put them into use as we evolve to a smarter grid and cleaner energy future.