The principal goals of the undergraduate engineering curriculum are to provide opportunities for intellectual growth in the context of an engineering discipline, for the attainment of professional competence, and for the development of a sense of the social context of technology. The curriculum is flexible, with many decisions on individual courses left to the student and the adviser. For a student with well-defined educational goals, there is often a great deal of latitude.
Electrical engineering and electronics engineering are two very closely related fields and often used interchangeably. Electrical engineers design and install electrical systems while electronic engineers design and inspect electronic equipment. One example of the difference is in the automotive industry
Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering
Almost everything large we see in the world has been designed by civil engineers, from dams, roads and bridges to tunnels and airports and many more large construction projects. Also known as the people’s engineers, civil engineers may not do the actual building but they do the designing and they monitor their projects to ensure they’re operating correctly. Civil engineering programs, in geotechnical engineering; construction; transportation; structural engineering; and water resources are offered. Minor courses include; municipal engineering and remote sensing. Students gain most of their education from research projects, seminars, and extensive hands on training in the research, teaching and training labs. For a senior capstone course, students team up and help design a real client-based project using what they’ve learned throughout the program
Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management for Engineering
Project management engineering programs teach students the basic principles of complex engineering projects and how to develop methods of project management and organization. They work in many industries and often work with civil engineers, helping to set up and manage a project so it will run efficiently and in a time- and cost-effective manner. Project management may be offered as a dual-degree program with a bachelor of engineering. Areas of emphasis in an engineering and project management program might include lean construction, risk assessment and management, construction management, project and corporate management, engineering management, construction disputes & claims resolution, and project finance.
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical engineering involves applying physics and a working mechanical knowledge of how machinery and the like work to come up with solutions or design new implementations. Mechanical engineering is one of the oldest engineering fields, and is quickly getting more sub-categories added to it. Robotics engineering has turned out to be a very exciting sub-concentration of mechanical engineering. Robots are used in many different instances to help make our lives easier – from pharmacies to surgical operations and even wind technology and deliveries via unmanned aircraft (drones), mechanical engineers are the ones that make the design and implementation work. At undergraduate level, students will start with an introduction to key mechanical engineering topics, such as statics and dynamics, thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, stress analysis, mechanical design and technical drawing. As the course progresses, there should be more opportunities to specialize in a particular field within which mechanical engineering skills are applied, such as vehicle design, robotics, nanotechnology or energy.
Bachelor’s Degree in Automotive Engineering
When people think of working on cars, typically they think of mechanics. But even nowadays, mechanics have to have an insane knowledge of technology and the inter-workings of vehicles to do the work on them. Automotive technology has emerged as one of the most innovative fields. Automotive engineers design entire automobiles or specialized pieces of cars. The most respected automotive engineers work on new and innovative concepts that usually seem far-fetched, but some of the innovations become a reality.
Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Engineering
Architectural Engineers on the other hand are responsible for the structural and mechanical systems of a building e.g. the building process and how the job is tracking, essential services such as air conditioning, heating and ventilation. Lifts and commercial requirements e.g. schools and hospitals have specific requirements that can vary considerably from residential buildings.
Bachelor of Engineering (Geospatial Engineering)
Geospatial engineers are the most recent additions to our engineering family. They use new and developing technologies such as GPS, satellite imagery, laser scanning and fast computing to create complex layers of interconnected geographic information. Geospatial engineers work with teams of other professionals to analyze complex situations, visualize problems and provide 'spatial' solutions. This degree will provide you with the appropriate mix of skills for the new digital geoinformation boom - digital mapping, satelling/airborne image manipulation, building geoweb and mobile applications, setting up geoinformation systems (GIS), spatial analysis, satellite imagery and earth observation. It also includes a large number of Computer Science subjects
Bachelor of Technology in Chemical and Process Engineering
Chemical and process engineering is a scientific field that deals with conversions that occur through mechanical, thermal or chemical processes. In practice, this means that without chemical and process engineering, no modern products could exist. In the interdisciplinary bachelor’s program Chemical and Process Engineering, you will receive a broad basic education in the natural and engineering sciences. You acquire basic knowledge in the fields of mathematics, mechanics, chemistry, physics and biotechnology. You learn the fundamentals of chemical and process engineering, for example, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer and mass and energy balances.
Bachelor of Technology (Power Systems)
This four-year academic program specialized in the fields of planning, design, operation and control with an industrial training and an associated project component is specially designed to produce quality skillful electrical engineers. Bachelor of Technology in electrical engineering courses are focused on planning, design, construction, reliability aspects, operations and controls in the field of electricity generation, transmission and distribution. With the Hands-on experience they gather from the world established software tools installed in the power system laboratory, graduate students are well groomed to face the future challenges and work confidently in the field of electrical engineering.
Bachelor’s Degree in Built Environment (Architecture)
An architect designs building and their settings to meet the needs of individuals and the community. Architects design buildings and cities through the consideration of sustainability, culture and economy. The Bachelor of Architectural Studies provides you with an academic education in the practice and theory of architecture.
Bachelor of Construction Management
Get a professionally recognized qualification that gives you knowledge of technology and current building management practices with the Bachelor of Construction Management (Honors). Whether large or small, domestic or commercial, building projects require a manager with a solid overview of what’s involved to make it all happen. In this course you’ll get an excellent understanding of building economics and law, project management, building technology, measurement and estimating, quantity surveying and building practice. You’ll be qualified for roles such as construction manager, estimator, planner and quantity surveyor in a building company or sub-contracting organization. Opportunities also exist in the property development and property and maintenance divisions of companies that are responsible for large property portfolios.
Bachelor of Engineering in Mining
Mining engineers extract and process ores from the earth that contain valuable minerals or metals. They are involved in mine planning and design, mining systems, geology and resource estimation, geotechnical and rock mechanics, mine ventilation, mining economics, management and finance, project evaluation and environmental considerations. Mining engineers, also develop a strong management skill set where they will lead engineers, surveyors, geogists, scientists and technicians working on a mine site/office. This diverse program focuses on analysis and design and combines knowledge from geotechnical, civil and environmental engineering, geology, computing, mathematics and finance, which sets graduates up for a broad range of careers in the resources industry.
Bachelor of Technology (Instrumentation and Control)
Bachelor of Technology in Instrumentation and Control Engineering is a multi-disciplinary offers expertise in mathematics, physics, electronics, electrical and mechanical. Instrumentation engineering is a specialized branch of electrical and electronics engineering. It primarily focuses on the principle and operation of measuring instruments, which are used in the design and configuration of automated systems. Instrumentation and control systems forms a major part of a production or process industry setup here instruments are used to measure/monitor signals and then control the machinery/processes accordingly. In most modern systems/machines where automation is involved, instrumentation and control form part of the system. Also, in research/academic, clinical and quality assurance/standards laboratories, instruments are used for measurements and testing. This makes instrumentation and control very important in engineering and science.
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