The next crop of engineering students is getting ready to graduate.
Aspiring scientists in the U.S. and abroad are turning to the science of the 21st century to advance their careers.
And it’s a lucrative industry.
With more than 5 million students enrolled, engineering is the largest and fastest-growing science program in the nation.
Here are the top colleges and universities offering science degrees.1.
Harvard University, Massachusetts source The Boston Globe article It is an unusual profession: the head of a prestigious university.
Yet Harvard University’s engineering program, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), is booming.
In 2019, the school will enroll over 20,000 engineering students, up from just 10,000 in 2020.
Harvard has become a leader in the field.
And as a result, SEAS, one of the nation’s largest engineering programs, is looking to attract a more diverse workforce.
The new focus on diversity comes as other engineering schools are ramping up their outreach to minorities, women and people of color.
For example, Stanford University is looking at a $100 million investment to hire more minorities to work in its engineering programs.
The focus on inclusion is a reflection of a broader trend, said Paul Bower, dean of engineering at Harvard.
Engineers are diverse, he said.
“We are seeing the same sort of thing as you would expect in a tech company where a lot of companies are looking to hire a diverse group of people.
We see it in the STEM field as well, where companies are doing some of the most important research in engineering.”
Engineers have been increasingly involved in society, too, as evidenced by the fact that more than two-thirds of the engineering workforce at U.N. headquarters are women.
And this year, the University of Southern California plans to add an entire new campus devoted to engineering and technology, a project that could transform the school’s mission and future.2.
MIT, MassachusettsSource The MIT Technology Review article The MIT-MIT Alliance for Technology Education, or MITT, is one of America’s top engineering education institutions.
MIT is also one of its biggest employers, with more than 1,800 engineers working in engineering, information technology and other engineering-related jobs.
Many of those employees are working for major technology companies.
MITT also has an ambitious program for helping students develop their STEM skills.
Students can choose from more than 150 programs offered by top universities and engineering companies, from robotics to computer vision and artificial intelligence.
Students may choose from a wide range of majors and study for more than 30 courses.
MIT T also offers an internship program, in which students are able to work on projects with MIT T students.3.
Johns Hopkins University, Maryland source The Baltimore Sun article The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine is the nation and world’s leading center for biomedical research.
The school has a faculty of more than 600 scientists and is home to the world’s largest medical research facility.
In the past decade, the medical school has also attracted a diverse cohort of students.
In 2018, more than 60 percent of students were female, compared with about 40 percent in 2020, according to the National Science Foundation.
The university has a strong engineering program.
Johns to add engineering program The school plans to offer students engineering courses in the fall of 2019, including a “computational biology” and “mathematical biology” program.
The program is intended to prepare students for careers in technology.
The goal is to create an engineering school that is more diverse than the current medical school, said Dr. Jennifer F. Saller, dean for biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins.4.
UC Berkeley, California, U.K. source The Independent article UC Berkeley is the second-largest campus in the United States, after Harvard, and is one the most prestigious in the world.
The campus is also the birthplace of one of modern engineering, the Berkeley Lab.
UC is also a leading research university, and it is home the Center for Advanced Study in Materials Sciences, or CARMS, a laboratory devoted to studying materials, from graphene to carbon nanotubes.
In 2020, the center is set to open a $1.2 billion building that will house the center’s largest research facility, the National Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering, or NCNSSE.
The center will focus on developing a new class of materials known as nanowires, which are being used in electronics and other industries.
The materials are among the most promising for use in the future of materials-based computing and other advanced applications, said NCNS, which is affiliated with Stanford University.5.
Duke University, North Carolina source The Charlotte Observer article Duke University is a world leader in biomedical engineering, providing undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 100 areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
This includes biomedical engineering and materials science, which has become an increasingly important field.
The biomedical engineering program has more than 900 faculty members, including more than 20