Ellen Said:What are some cool Aerospace Engineering careers?We Answered:Space research organisations, Defence research organisations,
Modern Car design people hire Aerospace Engg..
Turbine design.. etc.. and then software.. so many..
i myself is an Aerospace engineer... (by education).. and had already worked in so many areas..Michelle Said:What is a better career aerospace engineering or physics?We Answered:i studied mechanical engineering, so my vote is aerospace engineering. on the college choice - it depends on what part of the country you are in:
ucla (i think)
just to name a few.Herbert Said:What are some good colleges do go to if you want a Aerospace Engineering...
Gertrude Said:I want to go to Texas A and M, but The University of Texas at Dallas would be more practical,any Advice?We Answered:You'll be more than satisfied with UTD. As you say, it's also more practical for you. That's a big consideration at this time. You say typing out your plans helped you (above). What you have written is a short Statement of Purpose and that is the intention of such an essay, to make you focus yourself in writing so that an admissions office can get to know you. It sounds good even at this first draft...
Shannon Said:What is better Construction management/engineering or instrumentation engineering as a career?We Answered:I have worked many years in the engineering field and you have already touched on the two most lucrative specialties; chemical engineering and instrumentation engineering. I agree however that each of those are little be on the theorhetical side and you don't really get to see stuff built. Mechanical engineering on the other hand can work in just about any sector. It's like the business degree of the engineering world.
You however want to know about Contruction Mgmt. Well, if you like...
Viola Said:Environmental Engineering?We Answered:There are many fields in eviro engineering...waste services, air pollution water.It is a rapidly growing field. It is supposedly one of the fastest growing careers. The best employment is with the federal gov. I will warn you it is NOT easy but college isnt easy. Most employers require at least a Masters degree. You might want to check into enviromental scienctist.Sandra Said:What kind of environmental careers are out there that I've never even heard of before?We Answered:Professional Geologist
Hazardous Materials expert
These are just a few off the top of my head. There are many,...
Jamie Said:Is Industrial engineering a good career choice?We Answered:I read somewhere that engineers are one of the highest paid professions in the country. My father is a project engineer and makes well above 6 figures at a company he has only been with for about 4 years. He also has his masters which he got between switching jobs and it increased his salary significantly so yes engineering is a good choice. :)Bobby Said:Kindly give me reasons to choose a career in Industrial Engineering or Engineering Management?We Answered:Why get a career in engineering? Because we will always need engineers and the...
Tracy Said:How to switch career to computer science after completed BE Marine Engineering?We Answered:I suggest be happy with your profession. To come to Computer Science, you will have to complete degree like BSc Comp Science or BE Comp Science. This will take four to five years. Again job guarantee cannot be given.
If you have a lot of interest in Computer Science, do a certified course from Microsoft and try to enter animation or web based jobsAmber Said:What is the best way into a career in marine engineering?We Answered:If I was interested in a career in Marine Engineering I would focus...
Anne Said:Question about Materials Engineering and Materials Science?We Answered:Materials engineering is more the engineering side of things (manufacturing, using) and the material science is part of the physics department (the physics behind the materials - how they 'grow', how they respond to temperature, optical properties, resistivity, etc).Kristin Said:I need help deciding on my engineering major?We Answered:Engineering is cyclical. It's impossible to predict from one year to the next which field will be in more or less demand.
If you like structures, there is a specific field called "Structural Engineering. UC-San Diego offers this degree.
Civil Engineering is slowly becaming a field where...
Tony Said:Nuclear engineering...?We Answered:There are so few nuclear engineering graduates because for almost 20 years, there was no interest in nuclear engineering in the U.S. After the Three Mile Island incident in 1979 and the Chernobyl accident in 1986, the environmental activists convinced everybody that nuclear power was a bad idea. They were so effective at this convincing effort that the plants that were being built at the time were delayed by specious arguments about made up risks. These delays cost the companies hundreds of millions of dollars. As a result, nuclear power in the U.S....
Clyde Said:I've got a call from UPES Dehradun , wat shud I do ? Is petroleum engineering a viable career ?We Answered:What branch in MIT Pune ?
If it is petroleum engineering in MIT also, the preference could be UPES DehradunLester Said:What is the difference between majoring in geology and engineering for petroleum related careers?We Answered:Geologists help to explore and develop oil and natural gas fields using various mapping interpretations as to what the layers of rock under the ground might look like. They use rock outcrops and other analogies to refine their mapping. They plan where...
Rodney Said:How does Structural Engineering and Architecture differ?We Answered:I would love to build on these answers already given from the perspective of a Structural Engineer.
The differences are large in education and within practice. Although vastly different in education and practice these professions often work hand in hand to create a working finished product.
Within any given university there are different colleges. For example, the University of Colorado has a college of Architecture and a college of Engineering. The college of engineering has major branches within it that include Electrical, Chemical, Civil, Aerospace, and Mechanical (to be...