An engineering degree is the amazing discipline behind all the cars, bridges, robotic arms, airplanes, large machinery, waste treatment plants and almost everything you see that moves or processes. Engineering majors aren’t just good at math; they love to build and must understand the real applications of the math in whatever they build. If you tinker with cars, make the jump to designing them. Top Engineering schools require students to take and do well in algebra, geometry, and physics as a starting place.  If you love machines, learn what actually makes them run.

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Why is this Important?

  • When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
  • Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information 
  • Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession



Includes product releases, industry news, manufacturers, technology announcements, employment opportunities, and discussion forums. Visit
Technical publication covering the application of computers, microcontrollers, and DSPs to industrial data acquisistion and control. Visit
The design magazine of the electronics industry. Visit
Offers news, comment, jobs, products, and links to engineering and construction sites. Visit
Design information, product reviews, job listings, news from the RF industry, and printable articles from RF Design magazine. Visit
Covers the health and safety issues related to exposure to electromagnetic radiation. Includes electromagnetic fields (EMFs) power lines, cellular phones and radar. Visit
Applied sensing technology Visit
Nuts & Volts Magazine Visit
Provides informational resources about materials, processes, design, and other fundamental engineering concepts. Visit
Electronic Component News Visit
Showcases mechanical engineering's leading role in technological advancements. Visit
Electronic Products Visit
Business News Visit
Offering theory, practical uses, applications and industry news. Visit
Features technical data, design articles, news, and products for design engineers. Visit
Produces nearly a dozen of chemistry magazines, including Modern Plastics, Adhesives Age, Chemical Specialties, Lubricants World, Modern Mold & Tooling, and more. Visit