Career Options

The OSU-Cascades engineering science program provides students with a broad foundation in engineering fundamentals. The program is designed to prepare you for a career centered in engineering disciplines by creating a diverse skill set through various courses. 

During the first two years, you can take mechanical, electrical, or materials engineering in addition to computer science courses, allowing for a broad knowledge of the fundamentals. In the third and fourth years, you'll follow your passion by concentrating on engineering science, energy systems, or computer science. As societal and technological challenges grow increasingly more complex, the need for skilled engineers with the passion to make a positive change in our world is crucial, which is why this program is designed with you in mind.

Degree: B.S. in Engineering Science

Potential career options in Engineering Science

Use the career exploration resources to learn about the potential career options below (some occupations may require further education/licensure).

  • Energy Engineer
  • Project Engineer
  • Product Engineer
  • Process Engineer
  • Facility Engineer
  • Researcher
  • Data Analytics
  • Engineer
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Sales Engineer
  • Systems Engineer
  • Reliability Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Quality Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Field Engineer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Consultant

Job Search

In addition to our general jobinternship, and volunteer search resources, below are some industry-specific resources to help you search for opportunities in engineering science. Don't forget the important process of researching employers and networking with professionals in companies/organizations that you are interested in.

Graduate School

In addition to our general Graduate/Professional School resources, utilize the following resource for researching advanced degrees in engineering.

Additional Resources

Involvement in professional associations can expand your network, keep you up to date on current trends in the field, and give you access to additional job and internship opportunities.

Career Development Center

The Career Development Center is here to help you navigate your future path.

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