Skills you'll develop: problem solving; technological understanding; research; oral and written communication; quantitative reasoning; team work; data organization and interpretation; managing hardware/software/multimedia services; laboratory testing.

Sample occupations: engineer (various disciplines), statistician, geologist, urban and regional planner, computer programmer, data communications analyst, actuary, web developer/administrator, data communications analyst, m, broadcast and sound technician, safety coordinator, general contractor, microbiologist, dietitian/nutritionist.

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