Logistics is a large, but often unnoticed, career field. Having skilled workers oversee the logistics of securing and transporting supplies is integral to the success of businesses in just about every industry. This job requires a college education, but your field of study could be as general as business or as specialized as systems engineering . . .
What happens when companies misjudge the cost of a project? They may need to scramble to come up with additional funds, change the plan and potentially cut corners or even find themselves unable to complete the project at all. Miscalculations can be disastrous for companies, especially in fields like construction, manufacturing and engineering, in which . . .
There's an old adage that goes something like "the more things you have, the more things you have to take care of." In the realm of information technology, this is certainly the case. As our number of connected devices has expanded exponentially, so too has the risk that bad actors can use those connections to . . .
“The ideal engineer is a composite … He is not a scientist, he is not a mathematician, he is not a sociologist or a writer; but he may use the knowledge and techniques of any or all of these disciplines in solving engineering problems.” — Nathan W. Dougherty, American Civil Engineer The world needs more . . .
Biology is a hugely important field dealing with everything from the identification of plants, to the study of genetics, to the relationship between the climate and organisms. Though Aristotle is said to be the "father" of biology, it hasn't been until the last two hundred years that the true importance of the science has emerged. . . .
IMAGE SOURCE Design Engineering (DE) takes the design of a product and transforms it from a concept or prototype into a usable item that appeals to customers. Industrial Design (ID) applies the art of design that stresses the attractiveness of the product and its function. The creation can be an original design or improvements on . . .
IMAGE SOURCE For the person contemplating this question, we assume the more beneficial degree has advantages. These advantages could be in low unemployment, salary, job opportunities, potential advancement, and more. It is admirable to select a degree based solely on interest in the subject. However, that is of little benefit if your college major does . . .
IMAGE SOURCE DegreeQuery has written about cryptography in other articles, which we will supply the links at the bottom of this report. This post looks at random job postings from prominent internet employment sites. This should afford a glimpse at what employers want from a prospective applicant. It also tells us preferred degrees and job . . .
DegreeQuery has written several articles related to cybersecurity, as well as intelligence analysis (see links below). The lines blur due to the seemingly overlapping functions of different roles associated with cyber security. There isn't even a consensus on the spelling of the word-cyber security. Or is it cybersecurity? It depends on the source. What is . . .