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Find a University : Accreditation

TryEngineering recommends that students considering a career in engineering, engineering technology or computing select a university program than has been accredited.

TryEngineering.org only lists programs that have been accredited by a recognized accrediting body. Accreditation generally means that an external organization will review the engineering programs offered by the degree-granting institution on a periodic basis. Accreditation differs country by country, but there are efforts made by accrediting bodies through mutual recognition agreements to provide some level of consistency.

Find out more about engineering accreditation, accrediting bodies, and mutual recognition agreements at www.accreditation.org.

Engineering Majors

More than 25 major specialties are recognized in the fields of engineering and engineering technology. Select a degree field from the list below to find out more:

 

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Accreditation

TryEngineering.org only lists programs that have been accredited by a recognized accrediting body.

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Preparation Tips

Students who are interested in pursuing a degree in engineering can prepare for the application process as early as middle school.

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Admissions

A complete application is usually comprised of an online application, official transcript of grades, official scores from recognized admissions exams, and recommendations from counselors, teachers, other mentors.

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Financial Aid

Many organizations offer grants and scholarships to assist in offsetting the cost of attending a university.

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Coops & Internships

Co-ops and internships provide university students with an opportunity to apply their knowledge working in a real engineering environment.

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