Unlock Your Career Potential: Embrace Interdisciplinary Engineering Education!

Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting your career, an Interdisciplinary Master's in Engineering will pave the way for unparalleled growth in both expertise and earning potential. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the engineering field is projected to grow 6% from 2020 to 2030, offering 140,000 new job opportunities. Key sectors like infrastructure, renewable energy, oil and gas extraction, and robotics will experience even more explosive growth. 

Prepare yourself for the exciting and lucrative opportunities in the engineering industry with an innovative and highly customizable interdisciplinary engineering degree. In today's job market, having a diversity of skills and building expertise in multiple areas is the key to success. With our program, you'll gain insights from various engineering disciplines and equip yourself with a large toolbox of practical skills that will set you apart from the competition.   

Here are a few engineering job roles* demanding interdisciplinary skills sets:  

  • Research and Development Engineer - Potential Salary: $120,118
    • Applies research theories, principles, and models when conducting experiments and research activities. 
    • Assess the scope of research projects, ensure projects are on time and within budget, while also developing technical documentation for all projects. 
  • Project Manager - Potential Salary: $156,796
    • Plans and directs all design engineers, drafters, and technical engineers working on specific projects. 
    • Oversees product construction and testing in order to ensure completion of projects as efficiently and effectively as possible. 
  • Senior Quality Assurance Engineer – Potential Salary: $104,503
    • Performs inspections and sets quality assurance testing models for analysis of raw materials, materials in process, and finished products. 
    • Assists in developing quality control policies and evaluates productions limitations. 
  • Senior Materials Engineer - Potential Salary: $110,900
    • Applies knowledge of material science to recommend engineering and manufacturing changes to attain design objectives in the most economical manner possible.
    • Reviews blueprints and specifications to determine the appropriate materials needed to achieve successful completion of initiatives.  
  • Control Systems Engineer - Potential Salary: $104,600
    • Develops technical designs, process diagrams, SCADA block diagrams, and control schematics to implement automation controls.
    • Designs, installs, optimizes, and adapts electronic control systems to automate and monitor industrial processes.

    *All salaries and career descriptions were found on salary.com.