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By Josiah Jibben
Computer Science Major, College of Science, Engineering and Technology

By Chandler van Dyke
Computer Science Major, College of Science, Engineering and Technology

While choosing a college major, you may find yourself considering a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) major. STEM majors are appealing for several reasons, including diversity, challenge, industry job growth, compensation and personal satisfaction. Grand Canyon University offers several STEM programs in computer science, information technology, engineering and computer programming. By looking at the goals, technologies and career opportunities in each major, you may be able to decide which STEM major is right for you:

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Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology degree offers students immediately applicable hands-on training and industry knowledge. This program is an alternative to traditional engineering degrees, which place a heavy emphasis on math and science. Continue reading to learn about what you can do with a BS in Electrical Engineering Technology:

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From electronic circuits and thermodynamics to mechanical instrumentation and control systems, students in Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering with an Emphasis in Robotics program explore a broad range of key concepts in robotics engineering. Upon completion of this rigorous curriculum with a robotic emphasis, graduates are prepared to pursue a successful interdisciplinary career in areas such as nuclear engineering, biotechnology and industrial engineering. To help determine if an engineering degree with an emphasis in robotics is the right path for you, consider the following ways in which these professionals can utilize their computer-aided technology skills:

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Mechanical engineering is the art of using problem-solving techniques and applying them to the design and manufacturing of an object. Essentially, a mechanical engineer uses creative design and analytical knowledge to turn a concept into something real.

If mechanical engineering is something you are passionate about, consider earning a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Grand Canyon University. Continue reading to learn about the importance of mechanical engineering and how GCU’s program explores the science in depth:

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