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Video Link: Which College Grads Earn the Most?
CBS MoneyWatch: Some degrees result in larger paychecks than others - and more students, particularly men, are flocking to these fields Jill Schlesinger reports.

Baylor Regents Approve First Ph.D. in School of Engineering
Feb. 12, 2010

HOUSTON - The Baylor University Board of Regents today approved a new research-oriented doctoral program - a Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering.

Companies scramble to find engineers for bustling oilfield
AP Business Writer

Like star athletes, engineering students are prized prospects for the energy industry, which is experiencing dizzying demand for engineers.

Engineering, health care fields continue to beckon new grads
Waco Tribune Herald
May 6, 2007
By Mike Copeland

Tribune-Herald business editor

Spring is a graduating time of year, and experts say people looking for jobs in many fields will find them plentiful.

Scholars Day Showcases Important Research
The School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) hosted its annual Scholars Day on Friday, January 26, 2007. The event provided an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students give public presentations on current research projects.

Technology as a Change Agent
In the business world, technology matters - even if some highly influential thought leaders might say, or write, otherwise.

Study: Skills Shortage Boosts Salaries
By Deborah Rothberg
August 29, 2006

An annual study on hiring and compensation trends revealed that IT professionals may have more negotiating power than they think.

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