Turn yourself into a top-notch engineering student and become a successful engineer with the ideas and information in this one-of-a-kind resource. Get yourself on the path to a challenging, rewarding, and prosperous career as an engineer by getting inside each discipline, learning the differences and making educated choices. Updated and now covering 38 different branches of engineering and engineering technology, Is There an Engineer Inside You? is packed with suggestions and has tremendous advice on thriving in an engineering student environment.
Why you already have the ability to be an engineer
Why an engineering education is so valuable
The differences between each branch of engineering
The differences between engineering and engineering technology
How to succeed in engineering school
How women and minorities are getting ahead in engineering
How you can change the world as an engineer
About sports, music, animal and sustainable engineering
What non-mainstream engineers can do for a living
Engineering Aspirants & Students, Career Guidance Counselors, Any one who wants to learn about engineering career.
Tech Directions: The book features no-nonsense smarts about why getting an engineering degree may be the best thing a person could do for herself/himself.
Midwest Book: Engineering students are disillusioned and dropping out: this provides a practical introduction to would-be engineers covering the basics of what studies are needed, how to make it through engineering school, and career opportunities which exist for engineers. A practical manual exploring the realities of work and career potentials.
Todays Librarian: Hopeful engineers now have a guide to succeeding in the field.
Engineering Times: New book helps students choose Engineering.
Satisfied Customer: Interesting and in-depth information to aid career decisions. This is a must-have book for anyone considering an engineering career. I strongly recommend this book for anyone who wonders what exactly it is that engineers do and whether or not they would like doing it. School counselors will also find the book very useful.
Lifelines Newsletter: The perfect reference for choosing an engineering discipline and guiding you to success
ASEE, Prism Magazine: Author and biomedical engineer leads students through the engineering marketplace and offers insight into engineering education.
The Science Teacher: This book is an excellent resource for a high school career counselor or any student interested in becoming an engineer.