6. Metallurgical Engineering
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Average yearly salary: $100,000
Jobs with this degree: research and development engineer, materials engineer, mechanical engineer
What you’ll learn аbout: related to naval architecture and marine engineering, metallurgical engineering needs you to understand probability and statistics, along with fluid mechanics and dynamics: but also requires you to get to know energy and propulsion systems and the instrumentation appropriate to naval architecture.
Trend on the Rise
Careers based on this degree are expected to grow by eight percent between 2020 to 2030! Since there are 1,800 new openings for materials engineers every year, there’s plenty of room for you to find the perfect role for yourself.