A Career in Engineering

Instructor: P. A. Wiedorn


Achievement

To complete this task you should:

  1. Choose a type of engineering (engineering discipline). There is a list below that you can choose from. If you would like to pick a type of engineering that is not on the list, have your choice approved by the teacher.
  2. Research the type of engineering to answer questions such as:
  3. You can look at TryEngineering.org, a website about engineering as a career. Another good source of information about careers is the Occupational Outlook Handbook. You can also look at the engineering society for your type of engineering. There is a list below.
  4. The College Atlas may help you find colleges and engineering majors.
  5. Create a web page based on this format. The purpose of the web page is to inform high school juniors and seniors considering a career in engineering and to persuade them to choose your particular discipline.
  6. Submit your web page to be added to the list below.

Criteria

Constraints


Types of Engineering Web Pages

Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Agricultural Engineering

Architectural Engineering

Architectural Engineering

Architectural Engineering

Astronautical Engineering

Automotive Engineering

Bio Engineering

Bio Medical Engineering

Bio Medical Engineering

Bio Medical Engineering

Bio Medical Engineering

Bio Medical Engineering

Bio Medical Engineering

Bio Medical Engineering

Bio Medical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Engineering

Computer Hardware Engineering

Computer Hardware Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electronic Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Geological Engineering

Geotechnical Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering

Materials Engineering

Marine and Naval Engineering

Marine Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mining and Geological Engineering

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Ocean and Marine Engineering

Ocean Engineering

Optical Engineering

Petroleum Engineering

Petroleum Engineering

Software Engineering

Structural Engineering

Systems Engineering

Video Game Engineering

Engineering Societies


Other Links

International Technology and Engineering Education Association

Technology and Engineering Education Association of Maryland


Last updated on 24 September 2016 by P. A. Wiedorn

 

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