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Title: Professional Careers


1
Professional Careers
  • Careers related
  • to
  • Drafting
  • Technical Illustration and Computer-Aided Design

2
Aeronautical Engineer
  • Does aircraft design for NASA, public
    transportation, and military applications with
    the understanding of aerodynamics, structures,
    analysis, powerful engines, materials, and
    technology

3
Cartographer
  • Creates maps for describing and locating natural
    and man-made features of cities states and
    countries knowing how to measure, survey,
    photograph, understanding symbolic forms and
    changing environments

4
Automotive Stylist/Designer
  • A background in technical drawing and CAD in
    addition to human factors, materials and
    production technology can allow someone to
    produce car designs shaped in to look appealing
    and comfortable to drive.

5
Interior Designer
Designs for interior spaces, functional unity,
human needs, specifying materials, colors
furnishings using human factors planning,
lighting, furniture, and room layout knowledge
6
Electrical Engineer
  • The electrical engineer will know electrical
    principles and symbols, energy systems, and
    utility controls that can be identified from
    technical drawings. The electrical engineer will
    be able to use and understand electric power
    devices, controls, mechanical systems, and
    systems development.

7
Industrial Engineer
  • Industrial Engineers come up with the industrial
    manufacturing processes, management, assembly,
    and understand what materials can be used. An
    industrial engineer will need to know how
    machines, assembly lines and plant design,
    robotics, and production management.

8
Human Factors Bio-Engineer
Designs with ergonomic studies, research forms,
physiological shapes implementing anatomy,
physical forms, psychology, and nervous systems
9
Systems Engineer
  • Builds a series of interactive productions,
    combine tooling, assembly, automation using
    machines, control systems, computers, and
    manufacturing processes

10
Naval Architect
  • Creates gardens, parks, recreation facilities,
    landscapes, traffic patterns implementing
    knowledge and skills related to nature,
    horticulture, methods of landscaping, planning,
    layout

11
Fashion Designer
Designs for clothes, accessories, model
presentation using human factors, fabrics,
pattern drafting, color and design balance
12
Construction Engineer
  • In charge of supervising, structural
    construction, material assembly, methods of
    contracting trades by knowing how to interpret
    specifications and construction document along
    with logistical control of construction

13
Electronic Engineer
  • Deals with electronic systems and power
    transmission, analog, and digital circuits, and
    communications while knowing electronic systems,
    control technology, audio, and video production
    methods

14
Mechanical Engineer
  • The mechanical engineer will know about machines
    design, analysis materials, and mechanics
    technology. This person would be working on
    machines, equipment, power plants, heating,
    ventilation, and AC systems

15
Product Designer
Creates unique products of glass, textiles,
leather, pottery, plastic, furniture, jewelry
with knowledge in aesthetics, tools and skills to
shape and form materials
16
Structural Engineer
  • A structural engineer is good at building
    shapes, steel forms, analysis, material
    technology. They will need to plan with
    architects, do many analysis, and know their
    building material.

17
Aerospace Engineer
  • Creates space shuttles, satellites and power
    systems with living environments with the
    understanding and skill with aerodynamics, power
    structures, interplanetary studies, analysis,
    orbits, experimental projections

18
Industrial Designer
  • An industrial designer will work with products,
    commercial systems, displays, layout and
    packaging. Being an industrial designer take an
    ability to know and understand human factors,
    three-dimensional visual skills, materials, and
    productions systems

19
Civil Engineer
  • The Civil engineer works on structures,
    environmental systems, construction projects,
    bridges and surveying. Knowing technical
    illustration and CAD, structures and construction
    material methods, mathematics, analysis and laser
    technology are a few things that this engineer
    needs to know.

20
Landscape Architect
They work on gardens, parks, recreational
facilities, landscaped and traffic patterns.
Technical Drawing skills and CAD create good
foundations for understanding the design of
nature, horticulture, methods of landscaping,
planning, and layout
21
Computer Engineer
Knowing mathematics, hi-tech materials,
electronic devices, programming skills, how
information flows is one thing, Dealing with the
input and output systems, memory banks, and
networking is another
22
Design Educator
  • Teaches the fundamentals of design and a
    specialized area of design using skills with
    basic tools of design and knowledge of materials

23
Graphic Designer
  • Can visually communicate for images related to
    advertising or more with an understanding of
    layout, typography, art production, color, and
    media presentation styles

24
Theater Designer
  • Deals with stage sets, props, costumes,
    platforms, backdrops with an imagination for
    creating environments in 3-D

25
Urban Design City Planner
  • Plans communities, villages, cities, and other
    environmental development knowing geography,
    demography, plan layout of total environment

26
Professional Societies and Trade Associations
27
Professional Societies and Trade Associations
  • are organizations that help keep up to date on
    the latest developments in their field.

28
Professional Societies and Trade Associations
  • Professional societies provide working
    professionals with opportunities to network,
    learn, share information and best practices with
    others in their field

29
Professional Societies and Trade Associations
  • Trade association Comprised of Individuals and
    companies in a specific business or industry
    organized to promote common interests.

30
Professional Societies and Trade Associations
  • American Institute of Engineers (AIE)
  • American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
  • American Institute of Architects (AIA)
  • National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA)
  • Foundation for Interior Design Education Research
    (FIDER)
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