There are plenty of work roles that require an engineering degree and technical know-how, but does not necessarily require that you code. The 'Coding Block' is common among new grads or students still in college - A fear of coding or getting it wrong. Examples of these roles include UX design, product manager, program manager etc. These roles require that you have deep technical expertise, but not necessarily that you can code.
Getting a masters degree in design, business or (sometimes) product management can be a move in the right direction. However, given that it is always beneficial to learn to code and gain some work experience in that to get an understanding of the environment and work you will be managing or designing.
As a personal story, I was a software engineer for 3 years before I decided to pursue my MBA. The combination of engineering degree and MBA helped me land a role as a program manager and this role does not require coding.
Here are a #32f8737626af">list of careers that do not require coding to start off.
Bharath recommends the following next steps:
- Identify areas (Cloud/ cyber security etc) you are interested in
- Evaluate requirements for these roles