Perform engineering duties in planning and designing tools, engines, machines and other mechanically functioning equipment. Oversee installation, operation, maintenance and repair of equipment such as centralized heat, gas, water and steam systems.
Professionals already working as engineers find they are constrained by their need to deepen their knowledge of math skills. Engineers that enroll in the certificate hone their math skills, gaining an advantage in their field.
The engineers we see benefit from the certificate typically:
Engineers with at least a bachelor’s degree earn a national median salary of $89,555 (as of 2016).
Job opportunities for engineers are growing at a rate of 3.95% per year, with North Carolina leading the way with a job opportunity growth rate of 9.92%.
Most engineering jobs require at minimum a bachelor’s degree, although many require graduate level work. A graduate certificate in mathematics equips you to stand out in this highly competitive and rapidly growing industry. Earn graduate credit hours in math from a widely respected brick and mortar university—online.
Engineers with deep knowledge of mathematics are in high demand. Explore job opportunities here.
Want to be on the cutting edge of engineering? Apply now to get the advanced education necessary to dominate your workspace.