Mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, aeronautical engineering, biomedical engineering: these are some of the engineering-focused STEM majors recognized by most students. Their popularity oftentimes drives up the competition, making it harder to get accepted into these programs and lowering access to qualified students. By being flexible, it’s possible to enroll in exciting, industry driven STEM majors that lead to great jobs. Here are a few you may not be aware of from Rochester Institute of Technology.
By thinking outside of the box, your STEM major options will increase along with job opportunities! Ask your advisor for a list of the colleges that offer one or more of these majors.