Engineering

Prepare for a career in the multidisciplinary world of engineering

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Why study engineering?
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As the world navigates the current technological revolution, engineering degrees are in high demand. These degrees range from electrical, industrial and software engineering to technological entrepreneurship and global development. The career outlooks for engineers, computer scientists and information technologists are favorable for college graduates. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, architecture and engineering occupations are projected to grow 6% from 2020 to 2030.

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Find degrees in engineering
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Our undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs can help build your engineering competencies, 100% online. Today’s engineering job sectors are diverse with several areas of study to pique your individual interests, from biomimicry and construction management to business data analytics and computer information systems. Yet all of our online programs will prepare you for the multidisciplinary world of engineering.

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What can I do with a degree in engineering?
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Engineering skills
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  • Cloud computing.
  • Big data analysis.
  • Information architecture.
  • Programming languages.
  • Project management.
  • System design and analysis.
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Careers in engineering
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  • Civil, industrial or mechanical engineer.
  • Computer systems analyst.
  • Database administrator.
  • Information security analyst.
  • Information technology manager.
  • Software or web developer.
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Accredited engineering degrees from a respected institution
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Arizona State University is home to one of the largest and most respected engineering programs in the nation. The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering drive groundbreaking research in energy, health, sustainability and security. As an online student, you’ll have access to an unmatched suite of services, including innovative resources and award-winning faculty and staff who stick with you to graduation and beyond.

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Engineering Degrees | ASU Online
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Engineering degrees
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Create your path to a career in engineering
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Earn one of many online engineering degrees completely online with ASU Online, where classes are taught by nationally ranked, experienced faculty.
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Online Master of Science in User Experience

The master’s in user experience online program addresses UX research, design, content development, communication, tone of voice and evaluation of all interfaces, components and products with which end users interact. This includes hardware and software user interfaces, informational products, identifying user needs, tasks, procedures, capabilities and limitations when using technology and interacting with information.

Examples of interfaces you’ll learn to optimize UX for include:

Online Bachelor of Science in Human Systems Engineering – User Experience

Human systems engineering is a field devoted to designing, developing, implementing and evaluating systems. These complex systems are consistent with human capabilities and limitations. User experience (UX) is a subdivision of human systems engineering. UX designers focus on improving the usability of computer interfaces. They also make human-computer interactions more accessible and pleasurable.

Online Bachelor of Science in Human Systems Engineering

Human systems engineers consider human factors, such as human capabilities and limitations, to design technology that works well for the people who use it. An individual driving a car is a familiar example of a human-machine system. The driver receives information from outside the vehicle (traffic, sights and sounds) and from within the vehicle (the car’s gauges). The driver continuously evaluates this information to make a series of decisions as he continues to his destination.

Online Master of Science in Public Interest Technology

This public interest master’s in technology is designed to train tomorrow’s leaders to imagine, design, create and apply technology for the advancement of social good. This program will equip you to assess new and emerging technologies, engage with community stakeholders, identify issues that are of public interest to communities, find a public consensus and deploy technologies that will benefit humanity.

Online Bachelor of Applied Science in Graphic Information Technology

The field of graphic information technology is rapidly evolving to include visual design technologists. These individuals are equipped with the skills necessary to bridge the divide traditionally seen between designers and engineers. This allows organizations to more efficiently build state-of-the-art digital experiences that realize the designer’s vision and function well at scale.