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Engineering & Construction Degrees and Programs Offered in Ohio (OH)


Engineering and construction degrees in Ohio lead to great paying careers. Engineers in the construction trade are usually civil engineers. After four years of work after graduation, you can test to become a Professional Engineer, or PE. This is a standard professional designation. For construction management, another popular career within the field, there is only voluntary certification, which could help with advanced job placement.

Engineering and construction degrees in Ohio provide on-site career opportunities

Engineering and construction degrees in OH allow you to work a couple of different higher-end engineering and management jobs.

Here are salary and growth projections for the two aforementioned occupations, courtesy of the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.

Construction managers as of May 2009 earned a mean annual salary in Ohio of $99,610. There were 6,310 construction managers and projected job growth of 10.1 percent for 2008 through 2018. Construction site experience is important and is possible to earn through work as a tradesman or through an internship.

Civil engineers as of May 2009 had a mean annual salary of $73,080, and there were 6,480 civil engineers in the state. Projected growth from 2008 through 2018 is 15.9 percent. Your salary could increase once you have earned your PE designation.