Geotechnical Engineers

While in high school, take as many math and science classes as possible, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, physics, chemistry, and geology. Shop and drafting classes are also important. Engineers write a lot of reports and work with a variety of people, so strong communication skills are essential—communications and English classes will help you in this area.


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