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WAY TO GLORIOUS

SUCCESS……
MAIN BRANCHES OF ENGINEERING

AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

CIVIL ENGINEERING

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
 Engineering Cources
DEVELOPED BRANCHES OF ENGINEERING

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

NANOTECHNOLOGY

& MORE SUB BRANCH OF EACH


BRANCH
 AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

construction and science of aircraft and spacecraft.

aeronautical engineering

Astronautical engineering
 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Chemical engineers are usually employed under the


title of process engineer

design and maintenance of chemical processes


 CIVIL ENGINEERING

that deals with the design, construction and maintenance


of the physical and naturally built environment, including
works such as bridges, roads, canals, dams and
buildings

It has sub branches like


Environmental engineering,
geotechnical engineering, structural engineering,
transportation engineering,
municipal or urban engineering,
water resources engineering, materials engineering,
coastal engineering, surveying, and
construction engineering
 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

deals with the study and application of electricity,


electronics and electromagnetism

They design, develop, test and supervise the


deployment of electrical systems and electronic
devices
 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

design of physical or mechanical systems

involves the application of principles of physics for


analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of
mechanical systems
 COMPUTER ENGINEERING

writing software and firmware for embedded


microcontrollers

designing analog sensors, designing mixed signal


circuit boards, and designing operating systems
 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

development, operation, and maintenance of


software
What can you expect from an engineering
career?

Varied opportunities (opens the door to many


areas)
Challenging work (brain exercise)
Social impact (improving our way of life)
Prestige (engineering is a well respected
profession)
Lifelong education (always new things to learn
about)
How do they do that (curiosity)
Creative thinking (dreaming)
What can you expect from an engineering
career?

Good Salary (From PEO 2003 survey)


 Graduates in 2003 are now making between $40,000 to
$55,620 - average $48,304
 Graduates in 2001 are now making between $43,000 to
$60,384 - average $52,396
REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE THOUSANDS
OF OTHER TECHNICAL CAREER FIELDS IN
SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND THE TRADES
How Do You Become An Engineer?

High School
Study maths, sciences and physics
Learn communications and people skills
(engineers work in teams and must be able to sell
their ideas)
University
Not all universities are the same
Co-op program offers practical experience while
you study
First two years are common specialization in the
third and fourth year
How Do You Become An Engineer?
(continued)

After graduation
Work under supervision as a junior engineer
After two years experience you can write the
professional engineer exam and can practice as a
registered engineer
May take further training (master's degree in
engineering or progress to another degree)
There will be lifelong learning
Many engineers go on to become project
managers and business managers
How Does An Engineer Do Things

 Client has a problem or sees an opportunity


 The engineer:
 defines the problem and collect information and data
about the problem
 develops alternative designs or solutions (Usually
more than one way to solve the problem)
 identifies and compares the pros and cons of each
solution
How Does An Engineer Do Things (continued)

 helps the client determine the best choice for the best
price
 designs and manufactures the selected product

 trains others to use and support the new product

 continues development and improvement of the product

 finds other uses for the product


What Types of Jobs Would a Junior Engineer
Do?

Normally will be assigned as a member of a


project team
Research (analysing and solving problems using
scientific skills and logic)
Designing (need imagination and creativity)
Testing (lab work, conducting experiments)
Development (improvement or adapting existing
products)
What Types of Jobs Would a Junior Engineer
Do?

Sales (must have a very good knowledge of the


product, because the marketing people may not be
engineers)
Management – organising and expediting projects
Consulting
Teaching
Q & A
WISH YOU ALL THE
BEST
FOR YOUR
CAREER!!!!