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The top-earning degree: engineering, with compensation for 2013 grads of $62,600. But that number is for a very broad category. There are many different types of engineering degrees, from petroleum engineering to aerospace engineering to mechanical engineering. Now the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the non-profit group that puts together the salary information, has released a table showing the starting salary breakdown for the 10 top-earning specialized degrees. It turns out that grads who majored in petroleum engineering earn, on average, $4,400 a year more than general engineering majors. Next after petroleum engineering: computer engineering, at $70,900 and in third place, chemical engineering, at $67,500.
Here is NACE’s table:
If you want to pursue petroleum engineering as an undergraduate, you need to find a school that offers that specific degree. According to the Society of Petroleum Engineers, you can choose from 27 schools in the U.S., including Brigham Young University, California Polytechnic State University, Colorado School of Mines and Stanford. Petroleum engineers learn to locate oil sources using all kinds of methods, from seismic data to gravity and magnetic information. They also train in other methods of oil extraction like fracking, water injection and CO2 flooding and they need to be able to analyze the economics of each method. All of that means petroleum engineers must satisfy requirements in chemistry, math, physics, geology economics and thermodynamics.
All of the majors on the specialized chart are requirement-heavy. For instance, both computer engineering, in second place and computer science, No. 4, require intense study in both math and engineering. What’s the difference between the two degrees? According to the School of Engineering at the State University of Buffalo’s website, computer science majors focus on the mathematical end of the discipline, studying algorithms, computation theories, computer “architecture,” artificial intelligence and how programming language fits into software systems. While computer engineers also study algorithms and computation theories, their main concern is the design of computer devices and systems. In other words, they look at how to implement computing ideas into working physical systems, which can include local networks and/or the Internet. In sum, says the site, “the scientist seeks this understanding as an end in itself, the engineer in order to build things.” According to NACE’s data, computer engineers start off making $6,400 more than computer scientists.
Along with computer science, there are just two other majors in the top 10 that are not engineering degrees: Management Information Systems/Business ($60,700) and Logistics/Materials Management ($59,800).
I last reported on the starting salaries for specialized degrees in September when NACE came out with a salary study that relied on data gathered in July. The latest data come from NACE’s final tally for the year, using information gathered in November. The salaries are a bit higher in this latest report, with petroleum engineering paying $800 more than the number released in September.
Susan Adams : Ferbes Staff
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