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Earning a degree in mechanical engineering can enable you to pursue a lucrative job in a sought-after STEM industry. Your mechanical engineering degree program will combine hands-on experiences and lab work with classroom instruction in topics such as control systems, heat and power generation, fluid and thermal transport, strength of materials and manufacturing techniques. If you love figuring out how things work and how to make them work better, then a career as a mechanical engineer could be the right fit for you.

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By Gabriela Calhoun
Biomedical Engineering Major, College of Science, Engineering and Technology

For our biotechnology research program this year, we are diving deeper into the realm of how to improve on not only the design of the bandage but also what is incorporated into the final product. Over the past two years, we have been working on developing a hydrocolloid bandage infused with essential oils and incorporating additive manufacturing to combine biology and medicine with engineering.

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By Sarah Saffer
Biomedical Engineering Major, College of Science, Engineering and Technology

The Desert Owl Population Improvement (DOPi) Project is a biotechnology research project that aims to find solutions that produce improvements in the numbers of the owl population. The deterioration of habitats and complex economical communities due to urbanization has created harsh conditions in which the cactus ferruginous pygmy owl and Western burrowing owl are struggling to survive and repopulate. A decrease in these native species upsets the delicate ecosystem and leads to a decrease in other species such as the great horned owl, hawks, badgers and coyotes, while also affecting larger agricultural areas.

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By Kaylor Jones
Professional Writing & Psychology, College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Here at Grand Canyon University’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology, we’re incredibly proud of our determined and driven student leaders. These engineering students have demonstrated exceptional intelligence and skill. Here are just a few of the many exemplary Lopes we’re happy to have as a part of our community.

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Biomedical engineering is an exciting, interdisciplinary field that is well-suited for individuals who like to think outside the box. It marries the principles and problem-solving techniques of engineering to the fields of medicine and biology.

Thanks to biomedical engineers, patients with painful hips can get implantable devices to replace them. Biomedical engineers have also been responsible for miraculous innovations such as pacemakers, medical imaging and coronary stents. If you have a passion for medicine and for figuring out how things work, this could be the perfect career path 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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