Education and Training - High School, Vocational And Technical Schools, Higher Education, Scholarships And Grants
Every engineer must have a solid education and vocational training in mechanics, electronics, hydraulics, pneumatic systems, computers, and other disciplines. The U.S. Department of Labor recommends a bachelor's or master's degree in engineering, with course work emphasizing robotics and automated systems. Advanced degrees are recommended for anyone planning to work in research and development, systems designs, or teaching and management positions.
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