A friend of minds told me that an Associates degree is useless to get a job and not worth anything but I have an Associates degree in Animal science, so what should I do? Are Associates degree really worthless?
Sorry I spelled mine wrong.
My boyfriend is 19 years old. He's applying for the technical school in january, so he's starting after the first semester. But he would like to make more than 50,000 annuallly. He would prefer to go to school for 2 years, but he said he would even do 4 if it would make him more money.
to the first person who answered-what are you talking about?
I choose these options and Im not sure what job I could get with them:
Geography, Art, Electronics and Ict
First of all, I'm talking about an associates degree in mechanical engineering technician, (im not really sure how the b.a. degree differs but its probably the same job with more pay)
like what kind of hours do they work, what kind of places?
what kind of work do/can they do. just whats it like. how much do they get paid?
how does someone go about finding a job in that field with that kind of education?
Stay on Air Force Base most of the time and not stay fly with flight crew.
I have completed a BSc in Civil Engineering and a MSc in Structural Engineering. I am interested in doing a PHD in either water engineering or transportation. Is this possible?
My dream is to work for NASA one day and explore space beyond the stars. I'm thinking of becoming an engineering either mechanical, aerospace, or biomedical. If I become one of those engineers, what does those position does in daily bases? How can i achieve my goal to work for NASA?
I'm 24 years old with a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics. In my undergraduate curriculum, I had to take 14 hours of physics to complete my curriculum, so I took Physics I (classical mechanics), Physics II (electricity and magnetism), Modern Physics, and Computational Physics. I know a lot of programming languages, like C++, Java, Cobol, ADA, Fortran, Python, and Visual.
I went to a friend's house the other day and we were bored as hell, so we watched Carl Sagan's cosmos. I've never seen it before in my life, and I fell in love. I want to go back to school and get a degree in astronomy or aerospace engineering, and do something in space.
I could easily transition into it because of my already really strong background in mathematics and computing ability, with a little bit of physics knowledge. My background in astronomy however, is very weak.
With the whole economic situation, the sequester, and the NASA defunding, are things looking grim for my newly found passion?
K..ive been trying to figure this out for a while...i know i still have some time before i need to decide a major or minor..i really like physics...more specific i like the study of wave lengths..ive been facinated with surfing..electromagnetic wavelengths just about anything in that subject..what would be some good jobs to look into?
I am wondering what course in college should I take if I am not that good in math. I'm just really worried about my future. My parents wants me to take something in Mechanical Engineering and I need help picking a right one. I never liked math but I'm ok with fixing and building stuff.
thanks in advance!
P.S Also what courses in High School should I take!
Electromechanical Engineering Technician Program (T146)2013 - 2014
This program will prepare graduates for the rapidly changing demands of the North American industrial environment. Today’s companies require employees with multidisciplinary expertise that combines electrical and mechanical skills, who can install, maintain, operate, modify and troubleshoot increasingly sophisticated and automated equipment.
Electromechanical Engineering Technology – Building Automation Program (T171)2013 - 2014
Specialization in building automation is an emerging and growing employment opportunity, especially in the construction and property development sector. This advanced diploma program will provide the skills and knowledge you need in building science, building automation systems, networking and project management. Upon graduation, you’ll not only be prepared for jobs in the industrial/manufacturing sector, but will also have the skill set in demand by the construction and property development sector. Builders and property managers require people to design and integrate building control systems such as lighting, telephony, security, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Heating Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC), air quality, energy consumption and fire and safety. They need technologists familiar with a centralized approach and who can manage and control a building from an interface that provides building-wide efficiency, cost-effective operations and information sharing.
Mechanical Engineering Technology - Design Program (T121)2013 - 2014
Mechanical engineering is a cornerstone of sophisticated and technologically advanced economies. Process automation and control, precision machining and design functions can be found in industries as diverse as automotive, aerospace, robotics, biotechnology and energy, and these mechanical functions open doors to a vast array of industrial automation and design-oriented careers.
Mechanical Technician - Tool and Die (T143)2013 - 2014
The reputation of this program has been firmly established over the last 20 years by outstanding, highly qualified and industry-experienced faculty and support staff, who develop one-on-one relationships with every student to ensure their success. This program, in which women and men can excel equally, combines theory and hands-on experience in our machine shops and computer labs and on our state-of-the-art computer numerical control (CNC) equipment. Extensive time is spent in the shops.
I am a 13 year old boy, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life. I'm very smart, and have gotten A's my whole life. I would like some suggestions for colleges, jobs, etc. I would like a job with a high paying salary. I'm not that into cutting people open, so I don't think a surgeon would be appropriate. I'm very creative and I'm also good at solving puzzles. I hope someone can find the perfect career path for me.
I'm `19 years old, and havent gone to college yet,simplty because i dont know what i want to do
so i'm gonna leave it up to you
what does this world need
whats an easy career to get into
least amount of college time if you can ;)
I dont no wat job to get myself into so watis the best payin job eva (no haters)
What kind of jobs can you get with a B.S. Degree in IST
Can anybody answer this question right now.
Boeing was founded by William E. Boeing in 1916. It is the largest global aerospace and defense equipment manufacturer by orders, revenue and deliveries. To meet the market and customer demands, Boeing is continuously expanding its product lines and services. The product line includes aerospace shuttles, defense systems, passenger planes, military platforms, and computer integrated systems.
With corporate offices in Chicago, Boeing employs more than 159,000 people across the United States and in 70 countries. This represents one of the most diverse, talented and innovative workforces anywhere. More than 123,000 employees hold college degrees -- including nearly 32,000 advanced degrees -- in virtually every business and technical field from approximately 2,700 colleges and universities worldwide. Enterprise also leverages the talents of hundreds of thousands more skilled people working for Boeing suppliers worldwide. (Courtesy Boeing)
As NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) is really struggling to reach to the planet MARS. Their space shuttle traveling in the outer space requires emergency repair and supplies and if it is not repaired in time then mission will probably fail. Peter, Director Operations Space is getting worried and the crew members’ frustration increases minute by minute as space shuttle can only survive 4 days without repair. It seems that there is no way out of it, a dead end. Mustafa, a young Operation Officer of NASA suggests that we should send another light weight space shuttle which can do the repair job. There is no other way then to try this one else billion of dollars will be blown in the unknown galaxies. Hence, Peter instructs Mustafa to contact to their partner Boeing to build a space shuttle on urgent basis.
Mustafa decides to bring all the resources from various functional departments. He gathers engineers, technicians, builders, programmers from different departments of Boeing. They started working together but as they work together there is confusion, fights and conflicts among these workers, their departmental heads and Mustafa. As time passes, frustration creeps in Mustafa’s mind, and his blood is getting thicker and thicker. There is no time for conflict resolution, and he doesn’t know what to do. The clock is ticking and he is thinking he might have to face the ultimate failure of his life. Billions depend on him!
What do you think why there is a conflict and fighting among them at this crucial moment? Provide one solution which can solve the problem. Be very concise and to the point.
I will give you 10 points and there salary's too.
computer science, science, transportation
Single, BROKE, 28yr old mom in 3rd semester @ community college with a 3.78 GPA;have no idea what to major in. No time to waste. I don't care what I do anymore. I just need to know that I can get a job making at least 40K. I would like to get a Bachelor's degree or even stick with an Associates.I just need to make a living! Where is the money?!!! I made an impulse decision and entered a Health Care Management program at my community college and I know now that it was a HUGE mistake...there is no money in this field for an inexperienced individual with a 2yr degree. I really need some guidance. I would love to become a fashion buyer but as a vulnerable single parent I'm terrified of the competition, and feel like it's not the smartest move for someone in my situation. Radiology is appealing but I personally know people who have been trying to get into the limited, highly competitive programs for THREE years, with good grades might I add. My head is spinning; I'm tired and discouraged. Can anyone shed any light on my situation? Thanks for all of your help in advance.