You need to be good at math. You'll take several semesters of calculus, and one or two semesters of differential equations. Everyone talks about the chemistry. You'll take basic, organic, and physical chemistry, as well has a minimum of 8 hours of physics. - the latter two are more math based. Kinetics (rates of reactions) involves some chemistry
I'd like to focus on two common misconceptions . . .Engineers get stuck behind desks all dayEngineers only need technical skills.Both of these are WRONG.Yes, there are many engineers that end up at their computer all day long, but there are also many opportunities out
Here are a few that I have noticed or faced.1) All engineers love each other. This is not true each branch of engineering has a internal competition/hatred towards others branches.2) An Engineer is not a expert in all facets of life, even the faculty he is a part of he may not
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Tommy, Do your job and then I either go home and take a nap (power nap) and then do something that you really enjoy at least 3 nites a week. I built my own homes. Garages, and cars. These kept me out of trouble or drinking. Gave me a look-forward break, Let me blow off some steam.
Here are a few that I have noticed or faced.1) All engineers love each other. This is not true each branch of engineering has a internal competition/hatred towards others branches.2) An Engineer is not a expert in all facets of life, even the faculty he is a part of he may not be an expert.
Wow, lots of great answers here, I'm gonna add stuff from my specialization. Here goes:-That the desktop, laptop , or smartphone you are using contains a CPU(s)[If multicore] which has several billion(10^9) transistors within a size that would fit into the capital letter 'W' in the question at the top of this page. Transistor count
Chemical Engineers work with dimensional analysis often. This is a form of mathematics mostly unknown to the non-engineer. The grandfather of these numbers is the Reynolds Number. Osborne Reynolds in the 1870's built a device to test fluid flow to determine laminar and turbulent flow and the transition
I assume by corporate ladder you are talking about a technical growth path and a managerial growth path. Normally after five years, you have reached a job title that is either technical or managerial, both requiring a Master's degree, MS and MBA respectively. This is where