Biomedical: Uses specialized engineering techniques in the medical field.
Civil: Designs and builds structures.
Chemical: Uses science to process raw materials and chemicals into useful forms.
Computer: Combines computer science and electrical engineering to design computer technology.
Electrical: Studies electricity and the design of electrical systems like circuits and computer chips.
Environmental: Applies various scientific ideas to help improve the environment.
Food: Studies and applies food technology involving the various disciplines of food science, agriculture, microbiology, chemistry and engineering.
Forensic: Investigates failed structures and materials.
Genetic: Manipulates an organism’s genes
Industrial: Finds ways to eliminate wastefulness in production processes and devise efficient ways to use workers, machines, materials, information, and energy to make a product or provide a service
Mechanical: Deals with the application of mechanical power and mechanical systems, machines, and
Military/Defense: Designs and oversees construction of military structures and devices.
Nuclear: Applies physics in nuclear related technologies.
Reverse: Determines how systems and devices work often by taking them apart.
Software: Researches, designs and modifies in order to implement fast high quality software in a range of areas.
Structural: Designs and constructs buildings, large structures, and other things that rely on structural