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Careers in Math/Science/Engineering - Books
Call Number: NA1995 .L45 2013
Publication Date: 2013-08-09
This edition covers the latest developments in architectural and construction technologies, digital methodologies, new areas of focus in teaching and practice, evolving aesthetic philosophies, sustainability and green architecture, and alternatives to traditional practice. Explains and critiques architectural education, covering admission, degree and curriculum types. This edition also includes a generous selection of drawings and cartoons from the author's Washington Post column, "Shaping the City," offering teachable moments wittily in graphic form. The author explains how architects think and work and what they care about as they strive to make the built environment more commodious, more beautiful, and more sustainable.
Career Opportunities in Engineering by
Call Number: TA157 .M2135 2007
Publication Date: 2006-11-01
Career profiles include: Acoustical engineer, Aerospace engineer, Biosystems engineer, Engineering technician, Food engineer, Geotechnical engineer, Nuclear engineer, Robotics engineer, Software engineer, Technical writer, Wastewater engineer and more.
Careers in Science and Engineering by
Call Number: Q149 .U5 .C375 2015
Publication Date: 2015-10-01
Written for students in high school and undergraduate programs, Careers in Science & Engineering explores a variety of growing fields to help young adults gain a head start in learning more about the many career opportunities available.
Great Jobs for Biology Majors by
Call Number: QH314 .C35 2004
Publication Date: 2003-09-17
Assess talents and skills for a job, Explore a wide range of career options, Target the perfect career, Present college majors as workplace assets, Perfect the job search and more.
Great Jobs for Chemistry Majors by
Call Number: QD39.5 .R688 2006
Publication Date: 2005-09-21
Answers the question "What can I do with a major in chemistry?" It isn't always obvious what a chemistry major can offer to the workplace. But it does offer you valuable skills and training that can be applied to a wide range of careers. Great Jobs for Chemistry Majors helps you explore these possibilities.
Saving the Earth as a Career by
Call Number: S945 .H86 2016
Publication Date: 2016-03-07
Written in an informal and engaging style, Saving the Earth as a Career is an ideal resource for students and professionals pursuing a career in conservation. The book explores the major skills needed to become an effective conservation professional by offering useful advice on a range of topics. Saving the Earth as a Career is a friendly, accessible guide with a global perspective for anyone interested in becoming a conservation or environmental professional.
What Can You Do with a Major in Biology? Real People. Real Jobs. Real Rewards by
Call Number: QH314 .A78 2005
Publication Date: 2005-02-11
Goes beyond the basics to address specific concerns of biology majors with valuable information, including: * Advice on college and curriculum choices---- courses, internships, advanced degrees, and more. Profiles of real graduates, their jobs, and how they got them, Overviews of typical salary levels, hours, and work environments & more.
Careers in Math/Science/Engineering - e-Books
Career Opportunities in Science by
Publication Date: 2008-08-01
New and updated career profiles include: Actuary, Biochemist, Bioinformatics scientist, Climatologist Computer scientist, Criminalist, Crop scientist, Ecologist Geneticist, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) specialist, Information security specialist, Medical physicist, Pathologist, Science writer.
Careers in Engineering by
Publication Date: 2009-01-01
Find the field best suited for you -- from petroleum to aerospace to mechanical engineering. Know what to expect when you start out. Determine the education and training you'll need to stay ahead of the competition. Familiarize yourself with current salaries, benefits, and the prime job prospects.
Great Jobs for Engineering Majors by
Publication Date: 2008-03-21
Determine the occupation that's best suited for you, Craft a résumé and cover letter that stand out from the rest, Learn from practicing professionals about everyday life on the job, Become familiar with current statistics on salaries and trends within the profession. Go from engineering major to: System operator * research engineer * naval architect * data mining analyst *chemical engineer * electrical engineering professor * technical representative; etc.
Careers in Building Construction by
Publication Date: 2015-11-01
Written for students in undergraduate programs, Careers in Building Construction explores a variety of growing fields to helps gain a head start in learning more about the many career opportunities available.
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