Engineering has a reputation for being a difficult career choice. We disagree! At its most basic, engineering is applying science and mathematics principles in order to solve problems. We need engineers to improve systems, innovate new products and address the challenges that our world faces. Intrigued? We knew you would be.
Here at the University of Maine Pulp + Paper Foundation, students can choose a path from five different engineering branches: chemical, civil, computer, electrical and mechanical. As you might imagine, job opportunities are endless. Engineers enter fields such as sales, marketing, management, government/military, teaching, research and development, and industry—such as pulp and paper!
University of Maine Pulp & Paper Foundation, "Blog Post: How Do I Know Engineering is For Me?" (2021). General University of Maine Publications. 1686.
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