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Are you interested in advancing your career? Then you should consider increasing your education! Bizymoms.com believes in education and encourages stay at home moms to move from Cradle to Career by working toward a degree online while their children are young. Our Education for Moms section offers information on everything you need to know to make your education possible.

Online Graduate Degrees in Engineering

Engineers are problem solvers who make things effective, more efficient and less expensive. They use engineering skills coupled with dedication to search for better ways of solving problems. Although Engineering has been divided into the four broad disciplines of Chemical, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering historically, today it is a vastly diversified area of study.

Engineering is a rewarding career option that will make you feel good as a result of the contribution you make to a healthier, safer, and more enjoyable life for all citizens. Further, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, job opportunities are expected to increase in many engineering streams. However, in recent times there has been a decline in demand in the U.S. for certain traditional engineering disciplines such as mechanical engineering due to the business process outsourcing strategies pursed by many firms, resulting in the manufacturing being carried out in overseas sites. Despite some disciplines experiencing setbacks, there are many other disciplines emerging such as nanotechnology, in which prospects for students appear very bright.

The beauty of engineering careers is that if you are a real innovator, the sky would be the limit for you. Though you start your career today, you will find yourself building nuclear engines to light up the cities, saving lives through new laser applications and designing space shuttles to conquer mars in few years time. The main benefits of an engineering career includes above average pay and rewards, challenging tasks, an opportunity to help mankind and a prestigious social status.

“People often ask why I chose to study engineering, I wanted to have a career that could expand my knowledge, provide me with constant challenges and allow me to embark on new and exciting endeavors. That is why I chose engineering, as it has fulfilled and continues to fulfill each of those ambitions every day” says Emma Trubshaw a civil engineer by profession.

In order to obtain a master’s degree in engineering, you need to have a bachelor’s degree as a pre-requisite. You may choose the same area of specialization or a related area to follow. For instance, a mechanical engineer could select aerospace engineering for the master’s degree. Whatever the specialization, a graduate degree in engineering would definitely provide you an edge since it enhances your value. Remember, a graduate degree in engineering cannot be obtained easily like some of the other graduate degrees. It involves hard work for at least four or five years, including industrial training. However, do not forget that the extra effort you put in will always be compensated by above average rewards you receive during your employment.

Online graduate degrees in engineering are tailor made for those who seek flexibility in their study. Especially for the bizymoms staying at home, it provides an opportunity to obtain an invaluable academic qualification in a relatively inexpensive manner. Most importantly, it allows a mom to stay at home looking after her children while she studies for her graduate degree. Although online degrees in the past did not receive the same recognition from the employers, the times are changing. More and more employees have started to realize that the online qualifications also provide a similar learning experience and thereby the graduates have started to experience the same recognition in the recent years.

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