Engineering & Technology

Engineering & Technology

Engineering and Technology requires the practical application of technological knowledge to conduct activities in a broad variety of industries. From constructing the infrastructures of our nation to making our transport and energy systems more efficient, wherever scientists and engineers are to be found, engineering technicians and technologists are likewise. Working in the field of Engineering and Technology most likely means spending a lot of time in a lab, at a construction site, or in a manufacturing or industrial plant. Some of the subfields of Engineering & Technology: Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Computer Programming. You will develop the knowledge and skills required to shape the future of technology, industrial design and applied sciences. Engineers need a lot of creativity and critical thinking skills, they need to adapt themselves with the need of the place they work and for the fulfillment of the needs of the growing population, work under pressure and have problem solving skills for better work and outcome. They are the ones who take the latest scientific developments and turn them into an art or a trending technology, using practical science such as mathematics, physics, and chemistry. If you look around, the world has witnessed great engineers from the past and at present, who have brought such technologies into light that meet the everyday needs of people. So if you want to bring out your creativity and bring new technologies into reality,an Engineering and Technology degree is the one for you. Engineering & Technology graduates find jobs in fields such as: Industrial Design, Aerospace Engineering, Civil Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering and many others.

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Engineering Management

Engineering management is a specialized field of management concerned with the engineering sector. Students can acquire industrial engineering skills, experience and expertise during an engineering management course along with experience of business and management methods, tactics, and concerns. Most engineering management programs are offered at the postgraduate level and thus include a bachelor's degree in engineering, computer science, mathematics, science and business. Much of the courses in Engineering management incorporate seminars, case studies, hands-on workshops, lab-based practical training, engineering design events, presentations, group and individual project work sessions and consulting sessions. Jobs with a degree in Engineering Management include: engineering project manager, construction management engineer, cost systems analyst, industrial management engineer, and senior lead analyst and so on.
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Mining Oil & Gas

Mining, Oil and Gas degrees prepare professionals for identifying, collecting, transporting and refining natural resources, such as minerals, metals, and petroleum. The courses are multidisciplinary and intersect with fields such as geology, chemistry, study of the environment and risk management. Engineering schools and departments provide a wide variety of focus tracks in the mining, oil and gas sectors. Usually, mining, oil and gas graduates select a specific discipline such as raw materials, refining, reservoirs, drilling and finishing, manufacturing, mine management, and more. Graduates and professionals in mining, oil and gas work in various industries such as research and production, legal counsel, education, construction of manufacturing and machinery, or managerial positions. Job titles include mine manager, drill planner and builder, manager of technical services, manufacturing engineer, government regulator, investment advisor, and others.
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Robotics

Robotics explores robotic technology theory, engineering, and implementation. Robots are automated devices that can assist humans in a range of environments, from production processes to vital, under unsafe working conditions for human life. Students get an opportunity to take classes such as Robotics Information Technology, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics System Design. Students will acquire information related to computer graphics, gadgetry, mobile robot programming, robotic motion methods, mathematical algorithms, social implications of technology, and gain skills that involve mathematical thinking but also artistic vision. Robotics will prepare specialists in competencies such as technology design, programming, repairing and installing equipment for machines, etc. Graduates in Robotics can work in different fields as it is a vast subject matter. Job opportunities include: laboratory assistants, testing technicians, researchers, programmers, and others.
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Sustainable Energy

Sustainable Energy degree teaches students about renewable energy sources such as sun, wind, ocean, and other sources and discusses new approaches and innovations to leverage the power of natural resources and how they can be reused to mitigate waste, reduce emissions and maximize energy usage. As we all know the Earth has been suffering a lot at present due to various harmful human activities, emissions, global warming, greenhouse effect and many other forms of pollution. Sustainable Energy degree helps specialists to apply their knowledge into practice to save and for proper utilization of non-renewable energy sources and switching into using renewable energy forms such as wind energy, solar energy, and others. Graduates in Sustainable Energy degree can work as: environmentalist, environmental manager, energy consultant, energy auditors and so on.
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Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace engineering is mainly about designing, constructing, and maintaining aircraft, spacecraft, missiles, and weapons systems. It has two main divisions: Aeronautical Engineering (deals with designing and working with aircrafts, jets, helicopters) and Astronautical Engineering (deals with designing and working with rockets, spacecraft for space exploration). Aerospace engineering students apply principles for the creation of aircraft and associated equipment that can include mathematics, science and technology. You will also have a greater understanding of the structural design, mechanical stability, alternative fuels and environmental issues that need to be taken into account when designing aircraft and spacecraft. Graduates in Aerospace Engineering programs can find jobs as repair engineers, operating technicians, developers of aircraft, or developers of spacecraft, mechanical systems engineers and others.
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Automotive Engineering

Automotive engineering is a branch of engineering that integrates mechanical, electrical, electronic, software, and safety engineering elements as applied to the design, manufacture, and operation of motorcycles, automobiles, and trucks and their respective engineering components. Courses in automotive engineering incorporate techniques and methods used in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, electronics, safety, and software engineering. These tools allow engineers to combine efficiency, safety and aesthetics to build perfect driving machines. You can specialize in the design, research and development, testing and quality control, or manufacturing automobile and automotive parts. Students graduating from Automotive Engineering may find career opportunities such as automotive manufacturing engineers, automotive engineering consultants, vehicle designers or quality assurance management, analyzing reports and interpretation and others.
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Bio & Biomedical Engineering

Bio and Biomedical Engineering is a branch of Engineering and Technology which is a multidisciplinary approach integrating biology and engineering, applying the principles and materials of engineering to medicine and healthcare. The fusion of engineering principles and biological understanding to address medical needs has contributed to innovative and life-saving innovations being developed. Some of Bio & Biomedical Engineering's sub disciplines include orthopedic implants, medical imaging, stem cell engineering, biomedical signal processing and others. They will learn how to build, operate and optimize modern devices and medical instruments used in hospitals, clinics, and centers of medical research. A lot of people's lives will rely on these devices working properly. They are crucially reliable and stable, both from a hardware and software perspective. Bioengineering students will focus more on biological and chemical principles, research, and laboratory work. Bio and Biomedical Engineering graduates can work as: biomedical engineer, biomedical equipment technician, medical device developer, bioengineering research and many more.
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Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineering is an engineering branch that uses concepts of chemistry, physics, math, biology and economics to use, create, build, transport, and transform energy and materials efficiently. Chemical Engineering is a broad field of study that encompasses Chemistry, Biology, Applied Mathematics and Engineering Science. Mechanics, thermodynamics, chemical reaction kinetics, and process design are some of the topics you can expect to study. Chemical engineers are involved in many aspects of plant design and operation including safety and hazard evaluations, process design and analysis, modeling, control engineering, chemical reaction engineering, nuclear engineering, biological engineering, construction requirements, and operating instructions. Because of the large number of industries which rely on the synthesis and processing of chemicals and materials, chemical engineers are in great demand. Graduates in Chemical Engineering can find job opportunities such as: analytical chemist, energy manager, manufacturing engineer, manufacturing engineer, quality manager and many more.
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Civil Engineering & Construction

Civil Engineering and Construction is essentially the major engineering discipline that deals with the design, development and maintenance of the physical and naturally constructed world, including works such as buildings, roads, highways, hydropower, bridges, canals, dams etc. Some of Civil Engineering's areas of expertise are Transport Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Geotechnical Engineering. While studying Civil Engineering and Construction you will learn how to meet the public safety guidelines and construction regulations. You will learn how to plan construction projects, do all the calculations and change where appropriate, work within limited time and resources. Other important factors that you would need to keep in mind are: environmental effects, reliability and the use of the right building materials for the projects you are working on. Graduates can work as: senior site services manager, construction engineer, structural engineer and many more.
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Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering is a branch of engineering which deals with electricity technology. It includes the study of electronics technology and electromagnetism. Some of the subfields within Electrical Engineering include Lighting Design, Energy Engineering, Power and Measurement, Smart Electrical Networks and Systems, Electronics, etc. Electrical engineers work on a variety of areas and play an important role of development and maintenance of various functioning materials, machines, and systems, from tiny microchips to massive generators of power stations. Phones, computers, GPS systems, robots, medical equipment and many other things are technical marvels that the work of electrical engineers makes possible. Graduates of Electrical Engineering can work as: power engineer, telecommunication engineer, electrical project engineer, electrical engineer and others.
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Electronics Engineering

Electronic engineering is a branch of engineering concerned with electronic circuits, devices, and the equipment and systems that use them. The subfields of Electronic Engineering are analog electronics, digital electronics, consumer electronics, embedded systems and power electronics. It deals with the implementation of technologies, concepts and algorithms developed in many related fields, such as solid state physics, radio engineering , telecommunications, control systems, signal processing, systems engineering , computer engineering, instrumentation engineering, electrical power control, robotics, and many more. You'll learn how to pick, adapt and build components for the hardware/software. It combines theoretical knowledge with a lot of laboratory work aimed at teaching, proving, testing and applying the laws and theorems which dominate the field. Graduates in Electronic Engineering can find career options such as: electronic engineer, electronic drafter, software developer and so on.
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Energy & Power Engineering

Energy and Power engineering is a branch of Engineering, where Energy engineering studies the creation, storage, distribution and consumption of energy within natural or man-made energy systems and Power engineering covers energy generation and transmission. It usually incorporates theoretical lectures on science and engineering with practical lab courses. The courses included are mechanical studies, characteristics of energy resources, conversion of electric power, distribution and storage systems, costs and economics, sustainable and renewable energies, and environmental conservation. Energy and power engineers deal with different natural resources, such as fossil fuels or petroleum, and strive to expand the use of renewable or sustainable sources of energy, such as wind, solar and wave power, biomass, hydropower or nuclear power. Graduates in Energy and Power Engineering can work as: power generation project engineer, mechanical engineer, energy engineer/analyst, energy and power controls engineer and many more.
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Environmental Engineering

Environmental engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with protecting people from the consequences of harmful environmental effects such as pollution, as well as enhancing the quality of the environment. Environmental engineers work towards enhancing the methods of recycling, waste management, public health, and water and air pollution. The sub-disciplines of Environmental engineering include: geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, transport engineering. Environmental engineering is a broad area of research and is related to other disciplines, such as: chemistry, biology, mathematics, technology, geography, public safety and economics. Students of environmental engineering will learn how to gather, build and analyze data on environmental effects, use logic and reasoning to recognize the strengths and disadvantages of alternative solutions that are available and effective. Graduates in Environmental engineering can work in various industries and can work as: environmental engineer, air quality specialist, environmental scientist, environmental researcher, engineering technician, environmental sales engineer and others.
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General Engineering & Technology

General Engineering and technology is a branch of Engineering that deals with the design, development, maintenance, and use of engines, machines, and structures. The sub-disciplines of General Engineering include electrical, chemical, mechanical, civil, and architectural and computer engineering. Since it is a generalist discipline, undergraduate and associate degrees in general engineering and technology are typically offered by engineering colleges and schools. Students usually select additional areas of specialization or fields of knowledge in technology. Students learn basic concepts of engineering that are useful in the application of modern technology and methods of design, and possess multidisciplinary skills and expertise for industrial operations. Some job titles graduates in General engineering and Technology can get, include garage technician, development technician, quality engineering technician, general maintenance technician, process technician, and others.
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Industrial & Systems Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering is an engineering discipline concerned with optimizing complex processes, structures, or organizations by creating, improving, and implementing integrated human, resources, expertise, information, equipment, energy, and materials systems. Universities offering Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering aim to provide a combination of scientific understanding, with lectures of mathematics and physics, as well as in-depth knowledge of the concepts of management. Students can focus their studies further on a particular field such as manufacturing processes, logistics and operations science, project management , policy analysis, applied data mining, supply chain and logistics engineering. Graduates in Industrial and Systems engineering career options include system analyst, operations engineering, risk adviser, manufacturing supervisor, corporate value consultant, process integration specialist or head of operations and others.
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Marine Engineering

Marine engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the construction of seagoing ships, docks and harbor facilities as well as the operation of mechanical equipment. A Marine engineer's basic role is to design, construct and maintain the vehicles/structures that are used on or near water. Marine engineering is closely connected to other fields such as naval architecture, nautical sciences, oceanographic engineering, or mechanical engineering and automotive. The skills required in this study area include very strong physics expertise, and more specifically fluid dynamics, propulsion, applied math, control engineering, and computer-aided design. Marine engineering students get an opportunity to specialize in several fields including hydrodynamics, naval operations, design and logistics, resource management, and aquaculture and technology management. Graduates of Marine Engineering can get job opportunities such as: ship engineer, marine/coastal engineer, travelling service engineer, sales engineer, marine mechanical engineer, marine service technician and many more.
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Materials Science & Engineering

Materials Science and Engineering incorporates the concepts of engineering, physics, and chemistry to solve real-world problems related to nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, electricity, manufacturing, and other major engineering disciplines. Materials scientists study how materials work and why they often struggle. By understanding the structure of matter, they discover new ways of incorporating chemical elements into materials with unprecedented functional properties, from the atomic to the millimeter scale. Other engineering divisions rely on materials scientists and engineers for the advanced materials used in the design and manufacture of goods for various uses. As a skilled materials science and engineering graduate, you'll be able to choose from careers in many sectors and get job options such as: CAD technician, designer engineer, materials engineer, product/process development scientist, technical sales engineer and many others.
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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is the application of engineering concepts and problem-solving techniques for designing, manufacturing and promoting the products for market use. Mechanical engineering combines creativity, knowledge and analytical tools to complete the difficult task of shaping an idea into reality. Mechanical Engineering is a sub-discipline of Engineering & Technology which requires specialization in knowledge of mathematics, physics, problem-solving skills and the ability to prioritize work under pressure. Students explore principles related to thermodynamics, heat transfer, quality control and design of the goods. Practical learning happens through individual or team assignments, allowing students to apply their theoretical skills. Graduates in Mechanical Engineering can get job opportunities such as: aerospace engineer, automotive engineer, CAD technician, contracting civil engineer, maintenance engineer, mechanical engineer and so on.
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Mechatronics

Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary division of engineering that focuses on electrical and mechanical systems engineering and also involves a mix of robotics, electronics, computers, telecommunications, processes, controls, and product engineering. Universities of Engineering and schools usually offer mechatronic engineering at undergraduate level and at postgraduate level, students can select an additional specialization. Studies focus on the nature of laboratory practices and applied examples. They gain basic knowledge of engineering processes, product design, and the use of digital electronics or computer-aided software (CAD). Students need to have analytical and technological knowledge, logical reasoning, project management and team-work capability. Graduates of Mechatronics can apply for jobs such as product development, control-system engineering, data-logging engineering, electro-mechanical technology, consulting, inventing, and more.
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Aviation

Aviation is a division of engineering that deals with the development of airspace, airport construction, aircraft navigation technology and aerodrome planning. It also requires the formulation of public policies, rules, aviation laws relating to airspace, airlines, airports, aerodromes, and treaty-based operation of air services agreements. The skills required for students studying Aviation degree require skills such as: speed and accuracy as aircraft have to be serviced in a short time, manual, technical and mechanical aptitude, strong sense of responsibility, alertness and presence of mind, must have leadership qualities but also be able to work in a team, normal color vision, physical fitness and good height, strong analytical ability and many more. Graduates in Aviation can work as: data processing manager, military aerospace engineer, drafter, aerospace technician and others.
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Public Law

Public law is the section of law that deals with the constitution and duties of the central and local government organs, the relationship between persons and the state, and the relationships that are of particular concern to the state. It includes constitutional law, administrative law, tax law, and criminal law. Students have an opportunity to achieve their public law bachelor's degree and then pursue their studies in a program that will also offer them a specialty. Graduates in public law can get various job opportunities such as: planning lawyer, deputy solicitor general, contracts and property lawyer, commercial lawyer, child protection lawyer and so on.
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