There were days where only Mechanical, Electrical and Civil engineering branches student only had bright futures. With the advancement of technology, change in the industries and creation of new sectors, engineering world has drastically changed and developed variety of new branches.
There is so much scope left. Opposite to contrary believe that engineering is dying, engineering is actually growing. If you are brave enough to choose engineering branch apart from the traditional core branches, you might have a great future ahead.
Here are the best, new, emerging and interesting engineering branches with promising futures. Go through the list and figure out which one is the best.
If you have an interest in electronics a Microelectronic Engineering degree might be of interest. Microelectronics is a subset of Electrical Engineering with a focus on the word ‘Micro’.
Microelectronic Engineers specialize in the development and design of small electrical devices. Used in a wide range of industrial applications. As we move away from bulky electronic devices such as the first mobile phones and desktop computers. We develop smaller more convenient electronic devices.
As a result, the demand for microelectronic engineers is high. Microelectronic engineers also assist in the technical writing aspect of a project. As well as perform tests to verify product conformance.
Biomechanical Engineering is the study of organisms and mechanics and how the two solve problems in combination.
This is a growing industry and practical applications include environmental challenges such as waste control and keeping our waterways free from pollution. It shares close ties with Biomedical Engineering and Agricultural Engineering, as you might have already related.
Biomedical Engineers apply their design skills to biological and medical sciences. They do this to assist in advancements in healthcare treatment technology. They develop and maintain diagnostic devices and imaging machines.
Physicians use these machines to diagnosis their patients’ medical problems. This is a fast moving industry and while challenging can be a rewarding career path to take.
Kindly do not imagine this to be anything like a doctor’s duty, it is more like instrumentation specifically for medical equipment. But you definitely get to interact with doctors and monitor devices during major surgeries.
A blend of mechanical engineering and electronics engineering, Mechatronics, or Mechatronics Engineering, is an emerging area for hybrid engineers.
Nearly all mechanical equipment in this day and age is operated with a mix of electronics and software, all based on computers and technology.
Mechatronics engineers help bridge that gap and have intrinsic knowledge of electrical, electronics, and mechanical engineering. Some more experienced Mechatronics Engineers also have computer, hardware, and software engineering experience as well.
As the name implies, automotive engineering involves the design and production of vehicles.
The automotive industry is hugely diverse and requires engineers to work in areas such as mechanical design, performance, manufacturing, electrical engineering and systems management.
Structural engineering is a specific branch of civil engineering and specializes in the design of different structures, including houses, commercial buildings, art museums, stores, and more.
It is important for structural engineers to understand the construction of buildings and the effects of natural factors such as erosion, corrosion, the wind, and water to ensure buildings and structures are safe for a very long period of time. At some universities, structural engineering is a concentration offered within a civil engineering degree.
A robotics engineering degree has a primary focus on automation and the use of machines to assist with repetitive tasks such as those found in manufacturing.
Robotics engineers will typically design robotic technology and develop maintenance systems to help achieve optimal efficiency. this is an area with expected growth of up to 15% in the next five years.
One of the most popular kinds of engineering degree. Environmental Engineering involves the study of science and engineering to improve our environment. This includes the air we breathe, the food we consume, and water.
Environmental Engineers also study the environmental impact humans have on the planet, including pollution as a result of development and manufacturing processes. Environmental Engineering is considered a subset of Civil Engineering.
An Agricultural engineering degree involves learning how to apply engineering to the agricultural industry to assist with an area of farming including soil conservation and salinity, ground preparation, irrigation, farm machinery design and production and help develop more effective harvest techniques.
Employment generally involves working in a consulting capacity or employed in a related industry such as mechanical design and production.
Photon engineering concerns itself with the exploration of light. this includes generation of light, processing of light signals, amplification of light and modulation.
Industries that utilize this kind of technology include Telecommunications (optical signal processing and communication), Medical, Manufacturing, Aviation and computing to name just a few.
Over the course of the next decade opportunities for qualified Photon Engineers is expected to increase significantly.