|ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
||· Technical Assistant
· CAD Operators
· Architect’s Assistant
· Assistant Designer
· Project Manager
||They design equipment and manufacturing methods for the production of useful chemicals including new fibers, cleaning solutions, paints and plastics. They work in a variety of fields from oil and gas production to nuclear energy and environmental protection. · Process Design Engineer
· Environmental Engineer
· Project Engineer
· Process Safety Engineer
· Product Engineer
||They design, construct and manage highways, rail and transit systems, airports, harbors, dams, bridges, tunnels and buildings. Most civil engineers work for local and state governments, transportation and construction companies, and research facilities.
· Civil Engineer Design
· Assistant Engineer
· Supervise the Construction (of roads, building, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges)· Water Supply
· Sewage Systems
|ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING
||They are responsible for creating systems that control lighting, power, ventilation and heating, and power to supply telecommunications, television and computer technology. They generally find work in the telecommunications, high tech and power supply industries.
· Assistant Engineer
· Support Engineer
· Application Engineer
· Project Engineer
· Technical Assistant
· R & D Technician
||They organize the people, information, materials and machines involved in the production process. Industrial engineers also layout and design industrial facilities, develop production planning logistics systems, and management and operations systems.
· Manufacturing Techniques
· Manufacturing Management Processes
|MANUFACTURING SYSTEM ENGINEERING
||They are concerned with all aspects of manufacturing, from production control to automation. They design both heavy and sensitive equipment and help businesses to stay competitive.
· Manufacturing Industries
· Environmental Setting (such as airlines, railroads, seaports, logistics companies)
· Software Manufacturing Industries
||They design, manufacture and maintain mechanical equipment for every aspect of modern life, from household appliances to cars and airplanes. Biomechanical engineering is an off-shoot of mechanical engineering. Engineers in this field work in the health care system, research facilities, government, and colleges and universities.
· Asssistant Engineer
· Manager in industries(R&D, manufacturing and consultancy )
· Mechanical Engineer
||· Assistant Engineer
· Manager in Industries (utilise automation and robotics)
||· Sofware Engineer
· Systems Programmer
· Sofware Developer
· Systems Project Manager
· Systems Analyst
||They develop solutions to problems involving plants and animals in the natural environment. They enhance animal and crop production, manage land resources and concern themselves with environmental issues, bio-energy development and machinery for non-traditional crops. They work in laboratories, offices and farming areas.
||They study living systems and apply that knowledge to solve various problems. They study the safety of food supplies, keep desirable organisms alive in fermentation processes, and design biologically based sensors. Bioengineering is widely used to destroy wastes and clean up contaminated soil and water. These engineers contribute greatly to human health and the environment.
||They study biology and medicine to develop technologies related to health care. They also develop medical diagnostic machines, medical instruments, artificial organs, joint replacement parts and prosthetic devices. Rapid advances in these areas will probably continue throughout your lifetime.
||They design, develop, construct, operate and maintain computer systems. They work for telecommunications companies, research facilities, government, business and manufacturing, and information systems companies in a number of areas, including software applications, microelectronics, telecommunications, power systems and instrumentation.
||They work to prevent and control pollution by designing systems for air and water quality control, vibration and noise reduction, and hazardous waste disposal. They find employment in government departments, transportation, energy, manufacturing, recycling, industry, oil and gas, and as researchers and consultants.
|GEOLOGICAL AND GEOPHYSICAL ENGINEERING
||They study rock, soil and ground water for the purposes of determining suitable locations for buildings, dams, highways, airfields, pipelines and tunnels. They draw on the science of geology to study the earth and using engineering principles to seek and develop deposits of natural resources and design foundations for these structures.
|MATERIALS AND CERAMIC ENGINEERING
||They study nonmetallic materials including semiconductors synthetic organic polymers (plastics), ceramics and composites, and develop industrial ceramics. They work with raw materials like metallic ores, ceramic powders, and polymers used in plastic, rubber, fibers, films and composites. They usually find employment in chemical and manufacturing industries and research labs.
||They discover and extract minerals from the earth’s crust, design mines, construct equipment, and operate and manage mines. They work to minimize the environmental effects of mining. They also work for mining companies in sales, research and consulting, and for governments and equipment manufacturers.
|NAVAL ARCHITECTURAL, MARINE AND OCEAN ENGINEERSING
||These three engineering fields are closely related and deal with the design of ocean vehicles, marine propulsion systems and marine structures such as harbors, docks and offshore drilling platforms. These engineers are exploring and developing the natural resources and transportation systems of the ocean.
||They are involved in the design, construction and operation of nuclear power plants for power generation, propulsion of nuclear ships and submarines and space power systems. Nuclear engineers are also involved in the handling of nuclear fuels, the safe disposal of radioactive wastes and in medical uses of radioactive isotopes.
||They explore, recover, develop and process oil and gas, and determine the best locations for drilling new wells, operating oil and gas facilities. They also monitor and forecast reservoir performance. Petroleum engineers are researching new technologies to allow more oil and gas to be extracted from each well. Petroleum engineers work for oil companies, engineering consulting firms and government agencies.