After graduation, most engineering students go straight to the job market instead of continuing on to get a master’s degree. Several factors influence this decision, which has a big impact on the competitiveness of engineering across the nation. Associate professor of industrial engineering Mary Anderson-Rowland contributed to an article by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), explaining why this happens and why more U.S. students would benefit from higher education in engineering.
- Posted by Monique Clement /
- February 05, 2016