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|Automobile engineering||Focuses on the development of automobiles and related technology||Structural engineering, electronics, materials science, automotive safety, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, engineering mathematics, ergonomics, environmental compliance, road traffic safety, chemistry||Automobiles|
|Aerospace engineering||Focuses on the development of aircraft and spacecraft||Aeronautics, astrodynamics, astronautics, avionics, control engineering, fluid mechanics, kinematics, materials science, thermodynamics||Aircraft, robotics, spacecraft, trajectories|
|Agricultural engineering||Focuses on the engineering, science, and technology for the production and processing of food from agriculture, such as the production of arable crops, soft fruit and livestock. A key goal of this discipline is to improve the efficacy and sustainability of agricultural practices for food production.||Agricultural engineering often combines and converges many other engineering disciplines such as Mechanical engineering, Civil engineering, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, biosystems engineering, soil science, environmental engineering||Livestock, food, horticulture, forestry, renewable energy crops.
Agricultural machinery such as tractors, combine harvesters, forage harvesters.
Agricultural technology incorporates such things as robotics and autonomous vehicles.
|Architectural engineering and building engineering||Focuses on building and construction||Architecture, architectural technology||Buildings and bridges|
|Biomedical engineering||Focuses on closing the gap between engineering and medicine to advance various health care treatments.||Biology, physics, chemistry, medicine||Prostheses, medical devices, regenerative tissue growth, various safety mechanisms, genetic engineering|
|Chemical engineering||Focuses on the manufacturing of chemicals and or extraction of chemical species from natural resources||Chemistry, thermodynamics, chemical thermodynamics, process engineering, transport phenomena, nanotechnology, biology, chemical kinetics, genetic engineering medicine, fluid mechanics, textiles||Chemicals, hydrocarbons, fuels, medicines, raw materials, food and drink, waste treatment, pure gases, plastics, coatings, water treatment, textiles|
|Civil engineering||Focuses on the construction of large systems, structures, and environmental systems||Statics, fluid mechanics, soil mechanics, structural engineering, transportation engineering, geotechnical engineering, environmental engineering, hydraulic engineering||Roads, bridges, dams, buildings, structural system, foundation, earthworks, waste management, water treatment|
|Computer engineering||Focuses on the design and development of computer hardware & software systems||Computer science, mathematics, electrical engineering||Microprocessors, microcontrollers, operating systems, embedded systems, computer networks|
|Electrical engineering||Focuses on application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism||Mathematics, probability and statistics, engineering ethics, engineering economics, instrumentation, materials science, physics, network analysis, electromagnetism, linear system, electronics, electric power, logic, computer science, data transmission, systems engineering, control engineering, signal processing||Electricity generation and equipment, remote sensing, robotics, control system, computers, home appliances, Internet of things, consumer electronics, avionics, hybrid vehicles, spacecraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, optoelectronics, embedded systems|
|Fire protection engineering||Focuses on application of science and engineering principles to protect people, property, and their environments from the harmful and destructive effects of fire and smoke.||Fire, smoke, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, combustion, physics, materials science, chemistry, statics, dynamics, probabilistic risk assessment or risk management, environmental psychology, engineering ethics, engineering economics, systems engineering, reliability, fire suppression, fire alarms, building fire safety, wildfire, building codes, measurement and simulation of fire phenomena, mathematics, probability and statistics.||Fire suppression systems, fire alarm systems, passive fire protection, smoke control systems, sprinkler systems, Code consulting, fire and smoke modeling, emergency management, water supply systems, fire pumps, structural fire protection, foam extinguishing systems, gaseous fire suppression systems, oxygen reduction systems, flame detection, aerosol fire suppression.|
|Industrial engineering||Focuses on the design, optimization, and operation of production, logistics, and service systems and processes||Operations research, engineering statistics, applied probability and stochastic processes, automation engineering, methods engineering, production engineering, manufacturing engineering, systems engineering, logistics engineering, ergonomics||quality control systems, manufacturing systems, warehousing systems, supply chains, logistics networks, queueing systems, business process management|
|Mechatronics engineering||Focuses on the technology and controlling all the industrial field||Process control, automation||Robotics, controllers, CNC|
|Mechanical engineering||Focuses on the development and operation of energy systems, transport systems, manufacturing systems, machines and control systems||Dynamics, kinematics, statics, fluid mechanics, materials science, metallurgy, strength of materials, thermodynamics, heat transfer, mechanics, mechatronics, manufacturing engineering, control engineering||Cars, airplanes, machines, power generation, spacecraft, buildings, consumer goods, manufacturing, HVAC|
|Metallurgical engineering/materials engineering||Focuses on extraction of metals from its ores and development of new materials||Material science, thermodynamics, extraction of metals, physical metallurgy, mechanical metallurgy, nuclear materials, steel technology||Iron, steel, polymers, ceramics, metals|
|Mining engineering||Focuses on the use of applied science and technology to extract various minerals from the earth, not to be confused with metallurgical engineering, which deals with mineral processing of various ores after they have already been mined||Rock mechanics, geostatistics, soil mechanics, control engineering, geophysics, fluid mechanics, drilling and blasting||Gold, silver, coal, iron ore, potash, limestone, diamond, rare-earth element, bauxite, copper|
|Software engineering||Focuses on the design and development of software systems||Computer science, information theory, systems engineering, formal language||Application software, Mobile apps, Websites, operating systems, embedded systems, real-time computing, video games, virtual reality, AI software, edge computing, distributed systems, computer vision, music sequencers, digital audio workstations, software synthesizers, robotics, CGI, medical software, computer-assisted surgery, Internet of things, avionics software, computer simulation, quantum programming, satellite navigation software, antivirus software, electronic design automation, computer-aided design, self-driving cars, educational software|
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Manual Labor (2006). Engineers (en-US). Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2006–07 Edition (via Wayback Machine)
- National Society of Professional Engineers (2006). Frequently Asked Questions About Engineering "Science is knowledge based on our observed facts and tested truths arranged in an orderly system that can be validated and communicated to other people. Engineering is the creative application of scientific principles used to plan, build, direct, guide, manage, or work on systems to maintain and improve our daily lives."