Educating Engineers is a comprehensive website that provides highly detailed information related to the engineering sector. We provide a thoughtful, intuitive, and meaningful analysis and review on nearly 2,000 engineering programs throughout the United States.
In addition to this, we've cross-referenced these schools with occupational data that includes salary information, growth and outlook, as well as a vast array of background information as they relate to specific engineering jobs.
The information and statistics that we presents on this site is compiled and analyzed from multiple sources on the web, including sites such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics, NSPE.org (National Society of Professional Engineers), The National Center for Education Statistics, and the AEA.org (American Engineering Association).
Online Master's in Engineering Technology
University of Delaware
Online Master's in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Grand Canyon University
Online Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Engineering & Technology (with Campus and Evening Programs Options)
Online Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Engineering
Online Master's in Civil Engineering
George Mason University
Online Master's in Data Analytics Engineering (with Graduate Certificate Option)
Online Master's in Engineering Management - Leadership
Our resources have been designed to serve multiple purposes.
- We hope they provide insight for potential engineering students by showing quantitative collections of information about engineering schools in an intuitive and easy-to-understand way.
- We also list collective statistical data pertaining to both geographic areas and job sectors that include information for current engineering professionals. This is helpful for engineers who are potentially looking to vertically swap professions, or potentially move to another area within the United States.
We greatly hope that our website facilitates a rewarding a valuable experience to anyone seeking information related to the fascinating, dynamic, and constantly changing environment of Engineering.
For those just beginning their research on engineers, we encourage you to visit our Engineering101 page that will help you obtain specific information about various engineering degree programs and licensing requirements.
For students seeking specific information on engineering colleges throughout the United States, you can begin your search using our School Search Page.
Finally, for those individuals that are already engaged in the engineering industry, feel free to explore qualitative information related to various occupational disciplines at our Engineering Careers page.