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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

 

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics workers do scientific research in laboratories or the field. Others plan or design products and systems. Or, you might support scientists, mathematicians, or engineers as they do their work.

The careers below are sorted by education level. Click on the section title to see the careers in it. Click on the name of the career to learn more.

High school diploma or equivalent

Some college, no degree

Associate's degree

Bachelor's degree

Aerospace Engineers

Agricultural Engineers

Applications Software Developers

Architectural and Engineering Managers

Atmospheric and Space Scientists

Biological Technicians

Biomedical Engineers

Cartographers and Photogrammetrists

Chemical Engineers

Chemists

Civil Engineers

College Vocational Education Teachers

Computer Hardware Engineers

Computer Programmers

Conservation Scientists

Cost Estimators

Dietitians and Nutritionists

Electrical Engineers

Electronics Engineers

Environmental Engineers

Environmental Scientists

Geographers

Geoscientists

Health and Safety Engineers

Hydrologists

Industrial Engineers

Marine Engineers and Naval Architects

Market Research Analysts

Materials Engineers

Materials Scientists

Mathematical Technicians

Mechanical Engineers

Microbiologists

Mining and Geological Engineers

Museum Technicians and Conservators

Natural Sciences Managers

Nuclear Engineers

Petroleum Engineers

Social Science Research Assistants

Technical Writers

Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists

Master's degree

Doctoral or professional degree