Anyone with the word ‘engineering’ in their title is likely to be responsible for a wide variety of different tasks. The engineering journey usually starts with earning a bachelor’s degree in engineering with specialized branch. As the ranks of college-goers continues to swell it is becoming more and more important for you to distinguish yourself. Arguably the most straightforward way to do this is by completing one or more engineering internships while you’re an undergraduate or graduate student.

It will help you to choose a specialty early and begin building expertise and industry contacts in it. You should also look into completing the fundamentals of engineering and professional engineering exams when you’re eligible to do so. The former can be taken after you graduate, the latter requires at least four years of relevant work experience.

As you can see, although these different types of engineering vary widely in their responsibilities. All of them have to do with designing something and testing it to make sure it works well. In some ways, these jobs can’t exist without each other.

Types of Engineering:

Electrical Engineering
Software Engineering
Computer Science Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Production Engineering
Environmental Engineeringg
Agricultural Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Geological Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Automotive Engineering
Nuclear Engineering
Civil Engineering
Structural Engineering
Biomechanical Engineering
Architectural Engineering
Computer Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering
Robotics Engineering
Microelectronic Engineering
Materials Science Engineering
Paper Engineering
Sustainability Engineering
Systems Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering
Marine Engineering
Nanotechnology Engineering
Photonics Engineering
Mining Engineering
Ceramics Engineering
Geomatics Engineering
Health and Safety Engineering