Career questions tagged automotive-engineering
Is it better to just do Automotive engineering or do a combination of mechanical and electrical engineering?
Specifically I would do Mechanics and Power and I want to do research and development for an automotive company specifically doing propulsion systems. Things like drivetrain and the engine. Since the future is electric power, I think it is a good idea to have the knowledge of electrical engineering as well as mechanical engineering, #automotive-engineering #mechanical-engineering #electrical-engineering #electric-vehicles #electrical-and-electronic-manufacturing #mechanics #masters-degree #research-and-development
If I wanted to get a job in automotive research in development, is it worth it to major in both electrical and mechanical engineering?
I am thinking about getting at least a masters in both electrical and mechanical engineering but I am wondering if it is even worth it or if I should just get a masters/PhD in mechanical engineering. #electrical-engineering #mechanical-engineering #automotive-engineering #research-and-development #masters-degree #science-phd #
What skills should I focus on for an Automotive Engineering Career?
I have been recently looking at some videos and reading up about Mechanical Engineering, and I want to Find a college that can provide me with the skills I need for a career in Automotive Engineering, I'm just curious on what I need to do to Focus myself on my path. I truly love the idea of working in modern car modeling, testing, and improving the efficiency of modern cars, but when it comes to school, it is a bit difficult to plan everything out. I have a true passion for cars, and I truly want to contribute to the enhancement of today's Vehicles, and improving the environment. Any advice is helpful! Thanks, -Robert. #mechanical-engineering #automotive #career-planning #automotive-engineering #personal-development