Engineering branches list

Biomedical engineering, the application of engineering principles and techniques to the medical and biological sciences
Chemical engineering, the conversion of raw materials into usable commodities
Biochemical engineering, using engineering principles to use biotechnological processes on an industrial scale
Civil engineering, the design and construction of buildings and infrastructure
Coastal engineering, the design and construction of coastline structures
Construction engineering, the design, creation and management of constructed structures
Geoengineering, engineering principles applied to manipulate the Earth’s climate to counteract destructive processes such as global warming
Geotechnical engineering, concerned with the behaviour of geological materials at the site of a civil engineering project
Municipal engineering, civil engineering applied to municipal issues such as water and waste management, transportation networks, subdivisions, communications, hydrology, hydraulics, etc.
Ocean engineering, the design and structure of offshore structures
Structural engineering, the engineering of structures that support or resist loads
Earthquake engineering, the behaviour of structures subject to seismic loading
Transportation engineering, the use of engineering to ensure safe and efficient transportation of people and goods
Traffic engineering, a branch of transportation engineering focusing on the infrastructure necessary for transportation
Wind engineering, the analysis of wind and its effects on the built environment
Computer engineering, the design and control of computers and its devices
Electrical engineering, a very broad area that may encompass the design and study of various electrical & electronic systems, such as electrical circuits, generators, motors, transformers, magnetic devices & materials, other electromagnetic/[disambiguation needed]electromechanical devices, electronic devices, electronic circuits, electronic materials, optical fibers, optoelectronic devices, computer systems, radio, television, telephony, telecommunications, wireless, microwave systems, radar, data communication, computer networking, nanotechnology, photonics, etc.
Statistical signal processing, the statistical treatment of signals, using stochastic processes to measure their properties
Engineering Management, the application of engineering principles to the planning and operational management of industrial and manufacturing operations
Environmental engineering, the application of engineering to the improvement and protection of the environment
Water resources engineering, the planning, development and maintenance of water resources and the application of hydrology
Fire protection engineering, the application of science and engineering principles to protect people and their environments from the destructive effects of fire and smoke
Genetic engineering, the design and development of techniques to directly manipulate an organism’s genes
Industrial engineering, the design and analysis of logistical and resource systems
Manufacturing engineering, the ability to plan the practices of manufacturing, to research and develop the tool, processes, machines and equipment, and to integrate the facilities and systems for producing quality products with optimal expenditure.
Component engineering, the process of assuring the availability of suitable components required to manufacture a product.
Instrumentation engineering, the design of instruments used to measure and control physical and environmental variables(Instrumentation and Control Engineering)
Integrated engineering, a multidisciplinary “general practitioner” engineering field that includes the basics of mechanical, electrical, chemical, materials, and civil.
Materials engineering, an interdisciplinary field involving the properties of matter and its applications to various areas of science and engineering
Metallurgical Engineering
Ceramic engineering, the theory and processing of raw oxide material, and advanced material that are polymorphic, polycrystalline, oxide, and non-oxide ceramics
Polymer Engineering
Surface Engineering
Biomaterials Engineering
Crystal Engineering
Plastics Engineering
Forensic Materials Engineering
Casting Engineering
Welding Engineering
Corrosion Engineering
Textile engineering, the application of engineering principles to the manufacturing of fabrics
Mechanical engineering, the design of physical or mechanical systems such as engines, kinematic chains, and vibration isolation equipment
Vehicle engineering
Automotive engineering
Aerospace engineering, the design of aircraft, spacecraft and other air vehicles
Army electrical and mechanical engineering
Mechatronics, a hybrid of mechanical, electrical, and software engineering, intended to examine the design of automation systems.
Military engineering, concerned with warfare, military engineering encompasses mobility, counter-mobility, survivability, and general engineering tasks
Mining engineering, the exploration, extraction and processing of raw materials from the earth
Naval architecture, the design, construction and repair of marine vehicles
Nuclear engineering, the application of nuclear processes to technology
Petroleum engineering, the engineering discipline concerned with the subsurface activities related to the production of hydrocarbons, which can be either crude oil or natural gas. These activities are deemed to fall within the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry, which are the activities of finding and producing hydrocarbons
Software engineering, the application of engineering and design principles to the development of software