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Possible Job Titles -  [Back to Top]

Typical Places of Employment -  [Back to Top]

  • Astronaut Corps
  • US Dept of the Interior
  • Nonprofit Research Groups
  • Chemical Companies
  • Federal Government(Army, Navy, etc.)
  • Oilfields
  • Colleges & Universities
  • Hospitals
  • Patent Law Firms
  • Electronic Firms
  • Laboratories
  • Power Plants
  • Engineering Firms
  • Museums
  • Private Industry (IBM, Allied, etc.)
  • US Dept of Agriculture
  • National Aeronautics & Space
  • Administration
  • Research & Development Firms
  • US Dept of Commerce
  • National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
  • School Boards
  • US Dept of Defense
  • State & Local Governments


Required Skills and Abilities  -  [Back to Top]


  • Performing ambiguous or abstract tasks
  • Solving problems through thinking
  • Working independently
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Collecting and organizing data
  • Conducting research and analyses
  • Doing scientific or laboratory work


Alumni Resources  -  [Back to Top]

(Listed below are examples of SU Alumni and their Jobs in this major-For more alumni resources, go to Mentor Network)

ALUMNI NAME GRAD. DATE CURRENT JOB ORGANIZATION
Christopher Crue 2002 Researcher - Physicist Battelle Memorial Institute
Jeffrey Reddish 1987   NASA
Richard Woitkowiak 2000 Systems Performance Engineer Nextel
Glenn Silbert 1991 Owner GS Computers Plus LLC


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