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1. Mechanical Engineering<br />Felix Ramirez<br /># 7<br /> 2. Mechanical Engineering<br />Enter the mechanical engineering program during…
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  • 1. Mechanical Engineering<br />Felix Ramirez<br /># 7<br />
  • 2. Mechanical Engineering<br />Enter the mechanical engineering program during college. Most universities require one year of general engineering course work before you can begin to specialize your degree.<br />Become a licensed professional engineer to increase your employment opportunities. You'll need to pass two exams as well as spend a certain number of years as either an engineering intern or an engineer-in-training.<br />A master's degree can help you get a higher paying job in the industry you're most interested in. You can also get a master's in engineering management if you'd rather oversee a group of mechanical engineers than work as one.<br />
  • 3. Colleges<br />UNT<br />CENG College of Engineering<br />UTD<br />Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science<br />UTA<br />University of Texas at Arlington's College of Engineering<br />
  • 4. Work Place<br />Mechanical engineers commonly work in the government, research, industry, military, teaching, management or consulting sectors. The government agencies that typically hire mechanical engineers include the U.S. Navy, Patent and Trademark Office, International Trade Commission, Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Energy and even the U.S. Postal Service. <br />
  • 5. Salaries<br />The average salary for an engineer was reported at just slightly over $65,000 in 2002.<br />Mechanical engineers out of college typically earn a starting salary of $40,000+.<br />
  • 6. University of North Texas<br />Tuition – 6,300<br />Room/Board – 5,400<br />University of Texas at Dallas<br />Tuition – 6,500<br />Room/Board – 6,500<br />University of Texas at Arlington<br />Tuition – 7,000<br />Room/Board – 6,300<br />Texas Tech University<br />Tuition – 6,700<br />Room/Board – 7,400<br />
  • 7. Interview<br />WAS NOT PLACED YET.<br />
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