Applied Engineering Sciences (AES) Job Description

What does the Applied Engineering Sciences program involve?

Applied Engineering Sciences (AES) major is an undergraduate interdisciplinary program that combines scientific and technical coursework with a required concentration resulting in a Bachelor of Science degree awarded by the College of Engineering. The major provides educational opportunities for students who wish to gain a broad foundation in the engineering science, core engineering disciplines, and their application to one of the required concentrations in Computer Science, Supply Chain Management, Technical Sales, or Telecommunications.  On a space-available basis, an Information Technology specialization can be combined with either of the two cognates.

The program is designed to develop individuals who:

  • Bring to the workplace knowledge of business, management, and logistics, with a solid foundation in calculus, basic sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Can apply the rigor of their education and training to a diverse set of problems
  • Are prepared to work in the areas where planning, design, production, and procurement interface with marketing, distribution, sales, and management
  • Can effectively communicate across diverse professional disciplines
  • Are knowledgeable of contemporary technological and societal issues and can facilitate the effective deployment of new technologies

AES graduates are uniquely qualified to function in a variety of employment settings and bring engineering skills to diverse business settings.

Recent job titles of AES graduates:

  • Account Executive
  • Analyst
  • Application engineer
  • Commodity Manager
  • Consumer Representative
  • Distribution Specialist
  • District Sales Engineer
  • Expediter/Facilities Engineer
  • Financial Analyst/Forecaster
  • Industrial Market Analyst
  • Logistics Engineer
  • Logistical Manager
  • Manufacturing Control Engineer
  • Materials Control Engineer
  • Operations Manager
  • Product Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Quality Assurance Engineer
  • Systems Application Engineer
  • Technical Sales Engineer
  • Technical Writer
  • Telecommunication Engineer

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