1- Electrical Engineering (Communication and computer Engineering)
Communication and computer engineering involves developing new software and hardware for computers by combining the skills of both electronic engineering and computer science. They design, produce and test programs, networks, chips, and processors.
This course combines electronic engineering and computer science and bridges the gap between hardware and software engineering. It includes a significant amount of practical and laboratory work, together with lectures and tutorials. A strong emphasis is placed throughout the course on developing the practical skills and the in-depth knowledge required by hi-tech companies.
2- Architectural Engineering
Architectural engineers apply mathematical and scientific principles to building design, concentrating on structural demands and functionality while taking into account economic and safety factors. They may design systems within a building pertaining to, for instance, heating and air conditioning, lighting and plumbing. Architectural engineers need to be able to diagram designs manually as well as through computer-aided drafting (CAD). Since they often work in teams, good communication skills are necessary. Architectural engineers must also be comfortable in different work environments; they often divide their time between offices and construction sites.
Architecture engineering have a several career paths such as
• Work as a designer industrial
• Naval architect
• Engineer decor
• Architecture designer
3- Civil Engineering
As a civil engineer, find creative solutions to problems while working on a wide range of local, regional, and/or global projects. Apply cutting edge math, science, and technology to make a difference in the world.