Engineering Majors

I want to study engineering But I donot have any idea about the department i would need to take and how it would help me .. If you have a question like this , here are some list of  popular engineering majors which will  help you decide.

Computer science and software Engineering

software Engineering  is the application of a systematic and quantifiable approach to the design, development, operation, and maintenance of software and the study of these approaches; that is, the application of engineering to software

what will you learn?

In software Engineering you will learn a variety of subjects, including the development of information systems, programming, computer architecture, operating systems, networking and the business contexts in which computer-based information systems are used

Future of software Engineering

The Future of Software Engineering  focuses on defining the achievements of software engineering in the past decades and showcasing visions for the future.

Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering is the branch concerned  the application of the breakdown  as well as the fusion of atomic nuclei and the application of other sub-atomic physics, based on the principles of nuclear physics. Nuclear Engineering involves everything within an atom.

what will you study?

You'll learn about particle motion dynamics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, some computer programming, differential equations, and other topics.

Future of Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear energy is expected to play an essential role in future energy supply scenarios. The Conference Of World Energy expects a doubling of energy produced by nuclear plants until 2005. Assuming that the effects of COemissions on the atmosphere are as menacing as assessed by experts, the use of nuclear energy should be extended even further.So obviously a massive expansion of nuclear energy will take place in the next decades.

Bio Engineering

Bio engineering is the application of the principles of engineering and natural sciences to tissues, cells and molecules. Closely related to this is biotechnology, which deals with the implementation of biological knowledge in industrial processes. Applications from both fields are widely used in medical and natural sciences and also in engineering.

what will you study?

You will study courses including molecular chemistry, life support systems, organic chemistry, kinetics, patent regulations and engineering theories.

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